Winning at ‘the game of the impossible’

“To continuously drive our transformation, we need to return to our intrinsic values as Malaysians; we must move from mere tolerance to acceptance.”

WE MALAYSIANS are known for our tolerance, moderation and generosity, celebrating different festivities and beliefs. These were the values I was taught as a young Kelabit boy growing up in Bario, Sarawak.

We always received with gratitude, and had a seemingly quiet resilience.

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