Lessons for unity in history


  • Letters
  • Friday, 21 Jul 2017

I REFER to the report “Keep patriotism alive at all times, says Lam Thye” (The Star, July 20). Equally important is the call to remember the history of our nation’s independence and the collective wisdom of our founding fathers as reflected in our Constitution.

Keeping history alive at all times will help our present and future generations to remember the time when our founding fathers acted as one to launch our nation as a proud and independent entity. To sustain this unity and harmony, we must strongly maintain the principles of acceptance and respect.

SZE LOONG STEVE NGEOW

Kajang

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