Words on Walls
On 24.09.2021, I spoke to BFM 89.9 (The Business Station), a Malaysian business radio station about the prospective extradition proceedings for Nur Sajat.
During the segment, I discussed about the legal aspects, process and intricacies of the prospective extradition of Nur Sajat. During the segment, I go into, among others, the Malaysia-Thailand Extradition Treaty, the status of a UNHCR card holder, and Thailand’s Extradition Act.
If one were to study the memoir one would suggest it to a woman in her late-thirties to mid-fifties because of the author. But this would be pigeonholing a rhythmic story with staccato beats that anyone could appreciate. Her prose has a distinct style that is refined in nature which made for a largely addictive read, despite its sometimes treacly undertones.
In this book, morality and hedonism are in a constant duel and the reader is both enamored and disgusted all at the same time. These two states of mind are so different that in mixing them, the concoction that is formed manifests itself in an appreciation towards Oscar’s literary prowess.