Grateful for TARC education


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  • Saturday, 11 Jan 2003

Many MCA leaders are among the 100,000 graduates of Tuanku Abdul Rahman College, beneficiaries of the party's cause to make education more readily available and affordable to the community. FOONG PEK YEE spoke to three ex-Tarcians to see how the college had shaped their destiny and the fund-raising campaign they are involved in to help Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and fulfil the Chinese community's 32-year dream

THEY come from the same family background - their parents were poor but they understood the need to provide their children with proper education to ensure they had a chance to succeed in life. 

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