When education is colour blind

Rita Sim

CHINESE vernacular schools have been gaining popularity outside the community because many parents are seeing the importance and value of mastering Mandarin, said author and researcher Rita Sim.

Sim holds a postgraduate diploma in Chinese from Ealing College, London, and has written several books on the Malaysian Chinese community, including “Unmistakably Chinese, Genuinely Malaysian”, and “Give and Take: Writings on the Malaysian Chinese Community”.

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