I’ve been making quite a bit of egg tarts lately. This time, they are special because they were baked for a protest against the Peaceful Assembly Bill, as the Senate will be debating the Peaceful Assembly Bill this week. After the Senate debate, the King will chop his Royal Assent within 1 month. Then, the bill will become a law in Malaysia. So the protest was the last chance we voiced out our dissatisfaction!
Participants were dressed in yellow and brought food in yellow colour to share. And these egg tarts fit so well into the yellow theme!
The picnic turned out to be cheerful and fun, and participants were seen voicing out their dissatisfaction through drawings, writing on balloons, and other creative methods.
Even though KLCC management tried to disperse us with water sprinkler and blowing leaves to create noise, we stayed put for an hour until we sang our national anthem and dismiss after that.
We want to show that protest can be peaceful and doesn’t need the “Peaceful Assembly Bill” to control us! And we did it, kudos peeps! You guys are the true heroes!
As I’m writing now, I am still feeling sick, with a blocked nose, bad cough, headache, feeling feverish and losing my voice…So it’s just going to be a short post! Hope I’ll come back soon with more culinary creations!
For photos on the event, click here.