Malaysia’s lost unity


The writer believes that Malaysians, when left on their own, very naturally build genuine and meaningful relationships with people of different races and religions.

Diversity should engender inspiration, fusion, and healthy competition. Why have we let ‘leaders’ use it to tear us apart?

OUR parents and grandparents seem to often talk of this golden era of Malaysian unity - about how when they were kids, almost no one cared about race, and everyone seemed to get along so much better than they do today.

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