Broader outlook on touchy issues

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  • Sunday, 10 Apr 2005

Just years ago, these hot topics would have erupted in angry words and protests but recent debate over issues connected to the English language and Chinese schools were rather civil. JOCELINE TAN looks at the undercurrents behind the change. 

HEADMASTERS of schools in Perlis may soon have to speak in English at their morning assemblies if Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim gets his way. 

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