Sunday, August 29, 2010

China is not my home but Malaysia is

Now almost everybody is in Singapore. I can actually find more close friends here than in Malaysia. It is really ironic. Why Malaysia allow this to happen? Why can't Malaysia economy is as good as Singapore? If not better.

I always wonder when our leaders will stop fighting each other and really work towards a better tomorrow for our country. I don't even bother to read those news that bear the title with a politicians name on it anymore. I think it is wasting my time. Too much are said and little are done. I wish to see Malaysia is really a Bolehland. Not just a popular slogan for the purpose of... actually i don't know why we always have to say we boleh? why don't we just stop saying we boleh and actually do something to change for better. It's meaningless!

Amid this Merdeka month, it is really sad to see remarks such as "go back China" can actually be heard. And that actually spoken to a third generation Malaysian. What does this imply? That the person is never a Malaysian? We are sick and immature. The PM said there is zero tolerance for racist remarks but little have done to deter this to happen. Otherwise we would not have to go through this kind of situation. There are too many rules differentiate the people of Malaysia. If there is no such rules, then everybody will be the same. We should be the same regardless of our skin tone.

I will come home one day and help Malaysia to grow (i hope i able to). And when i'm back, i hope i feel welcomed. All the best Malaysia!


Danial Ikhwan Jaafar said...

worry not. i for one, chose to come back to Malaysia and see Malaysia change for the better. if there are more people who share the same feelings, thinkings, Bolehland is not just a talk anymore. cheers, and have a great day =D

HockSiang said...

you too... have a great day... [like] your entri merdeka post... :)