The colourful dread

Colourful Malaysia: Variety in nature comes together to form a single entity like our multicultural nation. —

ANYONE who has been to school and had a modicum of science education would know that white light is made up of many colours. Seven to be precise, the same ones that we see as rainbows after the rain. Rainbows are as natural as trees, grass, and flowers, and until recently we have enjoyed their beauty as one of the wonders of nature.

Rainbow colours are happy colours, which is why they often feature in children’s toys including plush toys, slinkies and the like. They also often feature on children’s clothing and shoes for the simple reason that they make kids look cheerful and cute.

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