Race, Pride and Arrogance

Look around you. Look at the rain that has been poured onto Earth that grows the various types of plants and trees. Look at the river that has been flowed for you as a means of transportation and communication. Look at the stars in the sky which you use for navigation. Look at the appearance and the disappearance of the moon and the sun which you use them to determine time.  Look at the animals which some of them you use for food and some you use for clothing and to cover yourself. Look at the sea where you obtain your protein and precious jewels. Whether or not you try to calculate the grace of god, you’ll never be able to count. Continue reading

The Hidden Vices of the Malays

(I’ve been away for so long but finally I’m able to write a new article for all of you. I’ve been very busy lately and I apologize for the inactivity. I might not be able to write as often as before, but I can only promise that I’ll try my best to keep it up. Thank you, Taf.)

”Lazy” is the first word that comes to mind when Malaysians talk about Malay people. Malay people agree too, including me. If we try to reflect, the most productive people in Malaysia aren’t the Malays but the ones from another region, the Chinese, since their domination in the business industry. Even jobs are given to foreigners, such as those of the Bangladeshis and the Indonesians. The answer to this bewilderment is simple, Malay people are lazy. Or is it? Continue reading