Honouring a debt to all Malaysians

How taxpayers helped the son of a constable pursue education to the highest level.

MANY Malaysians I meet at my speaking engagements ask me why I have taken a road that is not “normal” for a Malay and a Muslim. They are usually referring to the way I write and speak impartially, without taking the side of any race or religion.

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