The Incident Room on the 11th of September 2010. Saying sorry seems to be the hardest word so for this week’s discussion, we look at the concept of saying sorry and the concept forgiveness.
The inspiration for Say Sorry Day is a young Malaysian, Yong Vui Kong, who was only 18 when he was arrested for drug trafficking in Singapore. He is currently appealing for clemency, but he may still be hanged and not get a chance to redeem his wrongs.
We delve deeper into this matter with Chow Ying from Save Yong Vui Kong Campaign, Reverend Sivin Kit from the Bangsar Lutheran Church and Eddy Faizal Edry Yusoff from the Islamic Renaissance Front.
Original post :BFM – Say Sorry Campaign
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