Narration of history of nations

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  • Thursday, 05 Mar 2015

I REFER to “Day at the Museum” by June H.L. Wong (The Star, Feb 25).

Wong said she was “shaken and stirred” when she “discovered” the Muzium Negara was not being “more inclusive” in portraying Malaysia’s history, such as “the failure to document the roles of Chinese and Indian leaders and the communities in the making of this diverse nation”.

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