Nazi Goreng– A hard-hitting and entertaining story of a racialised Malaysia

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Marco Ferrarese is an animated fellow. The author of the controversially titled but highly entertaining and painfully truthful Nazi Goreng exudes high-octane energy, and the fact that he is also a punk-metal musician might explain why. He hails from a small town in Italy called Voghera, which is situated 60km south of Milan. “It’s an industrial town and there’s not much to do there,” he says. So, he turned to music. “I started playing music when I was 12, and I released my first 7” record when I was 14. I was also writing fanzines about punk music and B-movies.”

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