Look East policy helped broaden her perspective

U: niversiti Teknologi Malaysia ( UTM ) Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology senior lecturer Dr Rozzeta Dolah speaking in her office on the Look East Policy at UTM jalan Samarak in Kuala Lumpur

KUALA LUMPUR: Dr Rozzeta Dolah (pic) believes she has benefited from the country’s Look East Policy that was introduced in the early 1980s.

It challenged Malaysians in the economic and industrial sectors to learn from Japan and South Korea, and she said her time in Japan greatly influenced her thinking and values.

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