TOP BLOGS - Our choice
The following is the list of bloggers whose latest postings will automatically appear in Malaysiakini's 'Top blogs' section. According to alphabetical order:
Abd Zarin Mohd Yassin - Sang Kelambai
Abdul Rahman Abdul Talib - Malaysia Waves
A Ghani Ismail - My Cardinal Point
Ahirudin Atan - Rocky's Bru
A Kadir Jasin - The Scribe
Anwar Ibrahim - Harapan Baru Untuk Malaysia
Anil Netto - anilnetto.com
Ariff Sabri Abdul Aziz - Sakmongkol AK47
Azly Rahman - Illuminations
Bernard Khoo - Zorro Unmasked
Charles Santiago - votecharles
Chua Soi Lek - dr chua soi lek
Elizabeth Wong - elizabeth wong
Farish A Noor - The Other Malaysia
Haris Ibrahim - The People's Parliament
Hsu Dar Ren - Dr Hsu's Forum
Husam Musa - Weblog Husam Musa
Jeff Ooi - Screenshots
Khalid Samad - Khalid Samad
Khairy Jamaluddin - rembau.net.my
Khoo Kay Peng - Straight Talk
Lim Kit Siang - Lim Kit Siang for Malaysia
Mahathir Mohamad - chedet.com
Malik Imtiaz - Disquiet
Marina Mahathir - Rantings by MM
Mohd Khir Toyo - Cetusan
Muhammad Muhd Taib - Mencerna Minda Melakar Bangsa
Najib Abdul Razak - 1malaysia
Nathaniel Tan - Jelas.info
Norman Fernandez - Norman Fernandez
Nuraina A Samad - 3540 Jalan Sudin
Patrick Teoh - Niamah!!!
Raja Petra Kamarudin - Malaysia Today
Ruhanie Ahmad - kuda-kepang
Shahrir Samad - Laman Blog ShahrirSamad
Shamsul Iskandar - Suara Anak Muda
Susan Loone - Susan Loone's Blog
Syed Shahir Syed Mahmud - The Blogging Syed Shahir
Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah - razaleigh.com
Teresa Kok - Sassy MP
Tony Pua - Philosophy, politics, economics
Tian Chua - E Contrario
Tricia Yeoh - Egalitaria
Do alert us if there are others who should be on this A-list ([email protected]). Anonymous bloggers need not apply.
For more news and views that matter, subscribe and support independent media for only RM0.36 sen a day:Subscribe now
Keep Malaysiakini independent!
Malaysiakini will be 18 this year. That we’ve survived this long is because of you.
Your support matters. A lot. Especially those who pay RM150 annually, RM288 biennially or RM388 triennially to keep Malaysiakini independent from government influence and corporate interests. Advertising alone will not keep Malaysiakini afloat.
Together, we’ve gone far. We’ve covered three prime ministers, four general elections, five Bersih rallies, and countless scandals. But the journey continues.
Help us deliver news and views that matter to Malaysians. Help us make a difference for Malaysia.