Reading Time: 6 minutes Transcultural Lullabies is an audio-visual project by Rohingya poet Mayyu Ali and Malaysian artist Sharon Chin, pairing Rohingya and Malay folksongs unified with a patterned artwork in an effort to bridge the two cultures.
Reading Time: 4 minutes This write-up was written to inspire anybody who is in search of strength to take charge of their lives. Notwithstanding that the future is filled with surprises, it is absolutely fine to hope for the better. Here is a story that we are never alone in fighting our fears and on this account, we hope it awakens our sense of urgency.
Reading Time: 3 minutes There is never going to be real happiness and freedom until everyone is held accountable for their wrongdoings. We need to realize that we are all one. We deserve to be treated with the utmost respect and dignity. Until this happens, until there is real change, I guess this Deepavali, I am going to tame the bitterness in my mouth with every sweet treat I can find closest to me.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Written for the Reproductive Rights Advocacy Alliance Malaysia (RRAAM) Hew Li-Sha is a practising corporate lawyer and feminist.
Reading Time: < 1 minute In the team process, take a peek behind the scenes of the functions and interactions among the members of MulaZine in action during editorials, projects, and collaborations as well as individual endeavors in pursuing their craftsmanship. Watch as ideas swiftly evolve into drafts and drafts are then converted to achieve a substantial performance. Here you will be able to indulge in the members’ thought processes that transform inputs into concrete results via their cognitive and verbal activities. The content in this space is to showcase our readers the scale and depth of the work involved in hopes that it will allow for a more profound understanding and appreciation for the fruits of the members’ labor.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Albeit heavily criticised for questionable methodology and an unrepresentative sample size of 1000, Singapore’s The Straits Times published an infographic back in June that revealed what the general public perceives as essential or non-essential roles. Photo by Edvard Munch (Norsk, 1863–1944)