About The Author

Kam Raslan is a writer and director, working in film, TV and theatre in Malaysia. He is a columnist in The Edge weekly and Off the Edge magazine. His writings were previously compiled in Generation: A Collection of Contemporary Malaysian Ideas. He also writes for the Instant Cafe Theatre and will one day make his own feature film.

Confessions of an Old Boy: The Dato' Hamid Adventures is Kam's first book and is available at major bookstores in Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei, and is also available online at Amazon.com

If you wish to contact Kam Raslan, email to:
kam at kamraslan dot com.

Confessions of an Old Boy: The Dato' Hamid Adventures


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Kam Raslan in the News

Kam interviewed in The Jakarta Post

"Will our bond to home and country ever be free from identity politics? Kuala Lumpur (KL)-based writer and director Mohamad Ridzwan Raslan (aka Kam Raslan) believes that vibrant emerging identities will eventually shine through the authoritative gloom.

"The Jakarta Post contributor Kadek Krishna Adidharma engages this speaker-to-be at the upcoming Ubud Writers and Readers Festival to get the pulse on the complex Malaysian identity and its relations with Indonesia."

Full interview:
Confessions of a 'Malaysian global entrepot'

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Kam Raslan's Confessions of an Old Boy: The Dato' Hamid Adventures (ISBN 978 983 3445 00 4) was first serialized in Off the Edge magazine and is published by Marshall Cavendish Editions, an imprint of Marshall Cavendish International.