UndiMsia, an initiative to promote dialogue on Malaysian socio-economics, politics and civic life, is launching a new series of free public talks with Malaysian writers.
The series, entitled Writing for Malaysia, invites writers of different genres as speakers, from fiction to journalism. The first talk, on Saturday 27 September, features Jacqueline Ann Surin, journalist and founder of The Nut Graph.
The future line-up includes Ooi Kee Beng (of Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore), Dina Zaman (columnist and author), Marina Mahathir (columnist and social campaigner), Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz (of Institute of Democracy and Economic Affairs), Zainah Anwar (of Musawah and Sisters in Islam) and more
The talk on 27 September will begin at 11am at Pusat Rakyat LB and is open to the public.
Find out more here.