Malaysian teacher wants to do better for Orang Asli children


Fun and games: Samuel (middle) teaching his Orang Asli students English outdoors. – File photo

EIGHT years ago, Samuel Isaiah was posted to SK Runchang, Pahang as an English language teacher.

Bright-eyed and just out of IPG Kampus Pulau Pinang, the Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) graduate was still looking for his passion in life.

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