5 thoughts on “Malaysia: 50 Years of Freedom

  1. Nina, Just curious – Do you feel you are more a Malaysian than an Indian? I suppose the place where you spent most of your pre adolescent childhood days always has a hold on you.

  2. Goutham: Always, always, always always a Malaysian..
    I am a Malaysian Indian.. and that would never change.. even though I hate the ruling party and most of its policies, even though I hate NEP and even though I no longer live in Malaysia, I am proud to be a Malaysian..

  3. Sarah,

    that’s one of my old favorites, and I had to dig through my old cassette tapes from eons ago and listen to all the songs.


    Though you can find the good quality mp3’s online, some how the old scratchy tape feels nicer

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