Why can't I just be me?

Opinion  |  Fa Abdul
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COMMENT | Leah is a 10-year-old girl who studies in a public school in the heart of Klang Valley. Being cheeky, witty and bubbly, she always has a lot of things to say whenever we meet.

“Aunty Fa, when you were schooling, did your teacher ever ask the class to put up their hands according to their races?” she asked me one day when we met.

I nodded.

“My class teacher does the same. But when I don’t put up my hands, she gets angry,” Leah said...

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