Are Chinese newspapers racist, too?
COMMENT When questioned at a press conference about Utusan Malaysia ’s highly strident front-page piece: ‘ Apa lagi Cina mahu? ’ (What else do the Chinese want?), newly-minted Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak retorted, “Ya lah, you blame Utusan , how about the Chinese papers?” and left in a huff. So do Chinese newspapers also resort to racism? I don’t think so. The facts speak for themselves.
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