By Roger Tan
I WAS driving past the Pelangi Utama Apartments in Petaling Jaya two weeks ago when something caught my eye.
It was not this newly completed high-density condominium project but rather a row of young trees along Jalan Masjid PJU 6A opposite the apartments.
Nailed to these trees were posters and other hoardings advertising various goods and services ranging from food catering, sale and leasing of the apartment units, and plumbing services to moneylending.
I also noticed that some of these trees had been damaged with the bark ripped out and long metal nails protruding.
Fortunately, these trees were not the trees in The Lord of The Rings; otherwise they would come alive and exact vengeance on us humans.