First off, congratulations! I shall certainly keep track of developments via Elizabeth Wong's blog, and other sources.
Now, on to something else. This is something that even Citizen Nades has not written about: Shah Alam has no cinema.
In fact, no cinemas has ever been allowed to open there.
This is a shame. There are tens of thousands of students at the city's Universiti (Institut) Teknologi MARA who would be thrilled to watch the upcoming Evolusi KL Drift the way it's intended to be seen. As it is, they have to come schlepping to KL and PJ each weekend, causing unnecessary queues for the rest of us.
I am not sure what the official rationale is. If it's on the orders of the palace, it would be a weird thing, as the current sultan has been personally involved in the financing of recent toe-tapping delights like Pontianak Harum Sundal Malam 2 and 1957 Hati Malaya.
If it's on the orders of the Islamic authorities, do we really want to encourage this killjoy Wahhabi type of Islam to take root here? (We are not Saudi Arabia!)
So although basic necessities such as water and housing are more important items on the agenda, do give cinema(s) a thought too.