Love of the arts that’s not lost in translation

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  • Thursday, 27 Oct 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: Mawi may be the teen idol and favourite pin-up boy today but to Datuk Dr Wan Hashim Wan Teh, his hero is still the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee. 

“I was fond of P. Ramlee. He was my Mawi at that time,” said the Gerik MP, who is the newly appointed National Translation Institute chairman. 

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