With trusty camera in hand, Sophie Gamand is on a quest to rehabilitate the image of the 'ferocious' pit bull breed.
The activist says she was unaware that her photo was used, saying she later faced harassment online.
The women’s rights activist praises Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa as a good and sensible person, noting he has made some strong statements on non-discrimination.
Ragunath Kesavan also hits out at Penang government for ‘meekly’ following directives from the Prime Minister's Department and removing the portraits although it espouses freedom of expression.
It is against Malaysian norms to openly promote gay culture, it says.
Charles Santiago says the removal of the portraits of LGBT activists from an exhibition in Penang shows the Pakatan Harapan government has failed Malaysians who voted for a new Malaysia.
There a lot of emotional people, says Chong Eng.
Penang caricaturist to sketch 250 faces in 24 hours for free.