She's not just a stripper, says Cecil Rajendra of Rose Chan


Cecil shows a page of the book on Rose Chan

PETALING JAYA: The late Rose Chan was undeniably Malaysia’s Queen of striptease when an accidental “wardrobe malfunction” - her bra snapped on stage - catapulted her to fame.

But to poet and human rights lawyer Cecil Rajendra, who wrote the autobiography No Bed of Roses: The Rose Chan Story, which was launched on Sept 15, Rose was much more than just a stripper, as she was known for her various philanthropic works, great cooking and feisty attitude.

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