There are no ‘others’, just us

Co -founder of Projek 57 Syed Sadiq Albar ( left) and Collin Swee at the launchinng of the Tak Kenal, Maka tak Cinta - A dialogue in conjunction with the Unity Ribbon launch

THE Malaysian identity is crammed into four categories: Malay, Chinese, Indian and lain lain (others).

What divides us, according to The Rojak Projek co-founder Lim Sheng Feiyan, is that we limit the non-Malays, non-Chinese and non-Indians to dan lain lain.

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