‘Malaysia at 60: Don’t stop believing in her potential’

"We must believe that there is nothing wrong with Malaysia that cannot be cured with what is right about Malaysia." — Reuters

I was born in 1973, when Malaysia was just 10.

Despite the ups and downs in our journey towards mature nationhood, my faith in Malaysia has never dimmed all these years.

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