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Events/Activities, Yong Vui Kong

The Blog-A-Thon for Vui Kong.

This is the blogroll of entries related to Vui Kong as we kick off our Blog-A-Thon today. We will keep adding articles and entries as and when we come across them, so if you would like to be listed please add your link in a comment! If you don’t have a blog, send your message to webelieveinsecondchances[at]gmail[dot]com!

Blogs
Huibing: For the Second Chances Blog-A-Thon
Kirsten Han: A Letter to Vui Kong
Seelan Palay: Yong, please don’t die
Mark Tan: Second Chances
Ushnisha: Happy 23rd Birthday Vui Kong! 🙂
Sarah: “You’re not alone.”
bookjunkie: Vui Kong, You’re Just A Child to Me
Stephanie Chok: Dear Vui Kong
Jarrod Luo: Living on Borrowed Time
Lianain Films: Happy Birthday, Yong Vui Kong
Rachel Zeng: Let the boy live
Kim Lian Rolles: My letter to Yong Vui Kong

Articles
Amnesty International: Happy Birthday Vui Kong: May the candles of life continue burning
Jacob George: Petition for clemency of Yong Vui Kong (a timeline)

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Discussion

5 thoughts on “The Blog-A-Thon for Vui Kong.

  1. >[[[Sarah: "You're not alone."]]]Sarah, are you also a drug mule ? lucky you, unarrested!——-[[[Seelan Palay: Yong, please don't die]]]Seelan, why not "Yong, please don't traffic drug" ??—–[[[bookjunkie: Vui Kong, You're Just A Child to Me]]]What are you? the Godfather?—–[[[Mark Tan: Second Chances]]]For what? ..for perfecting technique to smuggle drug??—–[[[Jarrod Luo: Living on Borrowed Time]]]Who?? the drug-trafficker or the drug-addict ??—–[[[Rachel Zeng: Let the boy live]]]..and the innocent dies ???

    Posted by Jammie | January 19, 2011, 2:52 am
  2. >Dear Jammie, I will not delete your comment because I don't believe in censoring people who have different views from myself. However, I would like to encourage you to comment and express your opinions in a mature, constructive way to engage others in debate and discussion.Pinning unfair accusations on those who have given their time and energy towards supporting their own beliefs is rude and spiteful, and does not contribute towards either side of the argument. If you really believe the death penalty should stay, you are more than welcome to set up your own campaign and your own blog-a-thon to express your views in a coherent manner.If you read the FAQ section on the We Believe In Second Chances Facebook page, or any of the many, many arguments anti-death penalty activists have written in the past, you will see that no one is promoting drug trafficking or letting the innocent die, as you put it.Thank you.- kirsten

    Posted by Second Chances | January 20, 2011, 3:45 am

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