Dear Fellow Malaysians,
40 years has passed since the day blood was shed. I don't know how many of you fellow malaysians remembered this day but I'm glad i wasn't born during that era.
There will be a lof of "if only" if that day didn't happen.
To begin with, the biggest change is the introduction of NEP
then there came IDP australia,
then Dr.M allowed private colleges to be set up
then there came mara scholarship
then there came A.P
then there came MIC with their plus projects
then there came MCA with their port projects
then there came so many events which explains my presence in HK.
Let me try to summarize a story and explain why we (malaysians) are where we are at right now.
Beginning with the chinese minority.
The upper class chinese people - what else to do but bribe all they can and obtain as many licenses
the middle class chinese people- work like an ox in hopes of making big in a foreign land with their books, fund house and fashion made renown.
last but not least, with the uneducated chinese - they are well off doing their char koew teow business
The least fortunate ones....... still enjoying taiwanese pop culture living in their 400 sg feet apartment speaking poor Engerish and Malalu.
Not bad right? but u see......... we'll soon say goodbye to the middle class chinese people if we do not change.
to My Indian friends detained by ISA, I salute you for fighting for your rights,
for my Indian Muslim friends, I hope you'll not make use of your bumi status,
and for my Indian friends who are doctors, lawyers and accountant, why aren't you all in HK? lol.
It's strange that my father clicks very well with his Malay friends though he was alive during 1969.
Some Chinese Uncles of mine can't stop curing piggies and some of my friends are so obsessed with fucking (literally) Malay girls.
As for me? I love Malay culture and I can pidato.
Not to mention i also read beautifulnara.com
To my dear soon to be P.M
I hope you'll stumble upon this post and know how much i miss my beloved country.
It sucks contributing to Malaysia's brain-drain.
Please use NEP to benefit those in need.
Please support meritocracy.
Please make me believe there's an equal chance for me in my homeland.