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Life lesson: Seeing how the people in Aceh struggled in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami when she went there on her first Mercy mission taught Raja Riza to appreciate the little things in life. - Photos courtesy of Mercy Malaysia

WHILE looking for clean water to brush her teeth with in Aceh, it struck her, “We have it easy in Malaysia.”

It was in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, says Mercy Malaysia’s vice president II, Datin Raja Riza Shazmin Raja Badrul Shah.

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