Make farming attractive to youths

MY rubber tapper father had one advice: “Jangan jadi macam ayah (don’t be like me).”

What he meant was that I must go to school to avoid being an illiterate like him. He had to tap rubber in the wee hours of the morning and to supplement his income, he was the village barber in the afternoon.

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