Do you know what other people think of Malaysians? (Part 2)
What do I think about the various races in Malaysia?
It's super duper awesome and cool! You know, we got to learn about other different cultures and got to eat a lot of different foods in just one country! You don't have to go to China to learn about the Chineses and go to India to learn about the Indians. We do have all that here, in Malaysia. How about nasi lemak, yong tau fu, and roti canai? That's what I like the most! There's no other country like Malaysia, even if there is, I don't think that the situation is the same. Do they celebrate Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Deepavali, and Christmas, like we do? I don't think so. =)
Do I think about my race or country first?
When you are entering other country, you will have to fill out a form (sort of visa, I think) about yourself, right? Do you think that there is a column, about what your race is? No, it does not have one. But what I do know is, it does have a column to fill about your nationality. So, I don't want to explain more about this and here's a piece of my mind, I think about my country first before my race. =)
Do I think there is a tension between various races in this country?
Of course, there is. Who said that there isn't? We, people, can't always get along with all people at all the time. Who said that in a public school, there isn't a fight between the students of different races? Please, correct me if I am wrong. But what exactly I want to say is, even though that there is a tension between us, we can always tolerate each other. That's what the best in us. =)
What I think about 1Malaysia?
I don't exactly know how this project (I also don't know if 'project' is the right word) works, but what I do know is, I like the idea of it. Togetherness, integrity, unity (and add some other words that are related and have the same meaning as these three words), what's not to like about it, right? =)
Malay + Chinese + Indian = Malaysian
Another iklan by Petronas. I love the kids. =)