When anger does more harm than good

Representatives from Kampung Pulau Nibong (left and 2nd left) having heated exchanges with Pengkalan Batu assrmblyman Norhizam Hassan Baktee ( right ) before a dialogue to discuss the closure of a 5-metre shortcut connecting Jalan Akasia 4 to Jalan Pulau Nibong.

It’s best to remain cool at all times as anger will beget a violent reaction. And it will be a lose-lose situation. 

IT was a moment I have mentally prepared for.

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