Urgent need to tackle perception about crime situation in M'sia

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  • Thursday, 04 Oct 2012

I WAS spending some vacation time in Singapore some months ago and my niece from Malaysia joined my family for a short holiday. While mingling at home, my son asked his cousin if she wanted to go the shopping centre across from where we were staying. Her reaction was an eye opener.

“Is it safe?” she asked, rhetorically.

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