Life's pretty good despite...

comments     Eric Loo     Published     Updated

Each time I come home, after clearing customs at KLIA (one of my favourite airports for its spatial design and aerotrain), riding the express to KL Sentral - one of the most efficient I’ve taken - and seeing how Malaysians go about their life, my cynicism gives way to a cautious optimism that perhaps things could change for the better. But that’s just a returnee’s sentimental perception fresh off the plane.

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