He was born in Kelantan, lives in Sarawak and is 'Malaysian first'

Lecturer Chuah Kee Man

For most of his life, Chuah Kee Man, 34, has lived by the Arabic saying “Man jadda wa jada”.

It was taught to him by a teacher in his schooling years, and means “Only those who work hard will get what they want”.

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