KLEPTOPOLY SUPERFIGHT: TONY “The Hawk” PUA vs AMBIGA “Pure” SREENEVASAN vs ZUNAR “The Hulk” ULHAQUE vs ASHEEQ “Terleka” ALI // LIVE CLEAN OR DIE DIRTY
refereed by C4 Center
C4 Center celebrates International Anti-Corruption Day 2017 at Art for Grabs with KLEPTOPOLY: LIVE CLEAN OR DIE DIRTY, a tournament featuring the people who’ve been fighting for a clean government. They can talk the talk, but can they walk the walk to resist the allure of dirty money? Because when you play the game of Kleptopoly, you win (by staying clean…) or die (because of all the dirty deals you’ve been making).
C4 Center’s booth will be selling Kleptopoly: The Board game over the entire Art for Grabs event from 1200-2000, 16-17 December. Come down to talk to us, play kleptopoly, and talk to us on how you can get involved with anti-corruption work!
C4 Center is an independent policy advocacy, anti-corruption organisation dedicated to fighting corruption at all levels of government. Get to know us and our programmes at: www.c4center.org
Tony Pua is surely no stranger to those paying attention in the news. He’s been baying for blood for accountability over 1MDB. He is DAP MP for Petaling Jaya Utara, since 2008. After selling his tech company for a life of politics, can THE HAWK do it one more time?
Ambiga Sreenevasan was the former chairperson of the Bar, but she held the championship for QUEEN CLEAN as a Bersih’s co-chair between 2011-2013. Can she remain the purest, cleanest of them all?
Zunar Ulhaque, comic extraordinaire and bad boy to the max is currently facing 43 years in prison… for drawing biting criticisms of the government and corruption! Can THE HULK smash his way through corruption, or given in to his base desires?
Finally, the young underdog and C4 favourite, Asheeq Ali, is the Secretary General of Persatuan Mahasiswa Malaysia. While young, he’s determined to show the older generations that the youth never back down!
International Anti-Corruption Day is 9 December. This year’s theme is ‘United Against Corruption’. It highlights that for developing countries, funds lost to corruption are estimated at 10 times the amount of official development assistance.
“Corruption has a catastrophic impact on societies; it stifles opportunities, denying vulnerable people access to infrastructure, and condemns them to lives of inequality and inequity. The victims of corruption are not from a single generation. This crime haunts successive generations impacting on countless numbers of people.”
This tournament is part of Art For Grabs: Laundromat of Love, Sat 16 & Sun 17 Dec 2017, at The School, Jaya One, Petaling Jaya.