What good is the 'world's most powerful passport' if Malaysians can't go anywhere?

Every time Grace Chia waits patiently to board the plane at the airport, she carefully browses through the pages of her passport. She will trace the passport stamps collected from the various countries she visited and reminisce about her past travels throughout the years.

“Every country has their own unique passport stamp designs. While looking through them, I feel a sense of contentment thinking of all the different places I have visited,” the medical executive from Selangor says.

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