Amirul Adli Bin Rosli

Amirul Adli Rosli

Amirul Adli Rosli is Research Officer at the Regional Social and Cultural Studies Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Articles by Amirul Adli Rosli (7)

Not Yet the End of the World: Tackling Malaysian Muslim Millenarianism in the Age of Social Media

Amirul Adli Rosli|Nur Syafiqah Mohd Taufek

Although millenarian movements are not new in Malaysia, their recent public presence is marked by savvy and creative social media strategies. Their content is easily accessible and well disseminated within and beyond national borders. This Long Read argues deeper sociological studies to better understand the various social conditions behind their popularity.

Online Political Campaigning During Malaysia’s GE15: Blurred Lines

Amirul Adli Rosli

The advent of account-based influencers during Malaysia’s recent general election does not portend well for the country’s political landscape.

Unretweeted Love? #KeluargaMalaysia Overtures Fall Flat

Amirul Adli Rosli

Driving a successful hashtag campaign is more complicated than blitzing social media. An analysis of tweets appending #KeluargaMalaysia suggests that such attempts have backfired because the hashtag has been appropriated by Twitter netizens to express their discontent with the government.

Vietnam Netizens Reactions at Odds with Vietnam’s Stance on Ukraine

Dien Nguyen An Luong|Amirul Adli Rosli

Vietnamese netizen sentiments suggest that they have generally been critical of Vietnam’s decision to abstain from the UN resolution condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Seeing Red over Rising Prices for Greens

Amirul Adli Rosli

Malaysian netizens are seeing red over the government’s handling of rising prices for daily necessities. The reality is that much of the recent price hikes are due to factors beyond the government’s control.