Interlok: 'Do Chinese sell their daughters?'
In a bit to pry a response from the largely silent Chinese over the selection of Malay novel ‘Interlok' as required Form Five study material, a coalition of Indian NGOs pointed to a paragraph they claimed degrades the community as well.
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