Thumb Up to the lovely Malaysian, lovely people.
When one travels more, the lines dividing borders, religions, food and races gradually blur out.
The sense of oneness set in.
We are all connected. Including these yellow flowers at Merdeka Square.
(I preferred to get disconnected with cigarette.)
It is a great day for the people to walk on to the street to request for transparency and fairness in election.
Many who support the cause in peaceful manner.
Cross religion, cross races, cross culture.
Some may wish to have special demands.
Many more just want their voices be heard. The authority did send few rounds of fighter jets and army helicopters visiting the rally. The engine roar was a bit loud, not sure if the pilot can hear the voices of the people.
So those who support clean election and a clean government will have few more hours for the peaceful rally.
Prime Minister said those who go near Merdeka Square during the eve of Independence day are not patriotic.
Many ‘haters’ of Bersih movement also expressed their view in a civilized way. It Is not too bad considered they spelled the English word correctly. English is not my first language so please pardon me as I still making tons of grammatical mistakes.
I would like to take this opportunity to capture the moment, where a cleaner Malaysia is emerging.