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Malaysian. Chinese. Totally Foreign.

Malaysian. Chinese. Totally Foreign.

Is it racism that causes Malaysian Chinese to be cliquish or just bad faith? Let’s find out why some Malaysian Chinese youth can’t integrate into society and why abolishing vernacular schools may be just a blind shot at solving a growing problem.

So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 3)(Stories from the East)

So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 3)(Stories from the East)

It’s about bold sacrifices and having a strong inner conviction that we really have to be the change that we seek. Here, in Part 3 Jarod Yong concludes his article about life as a teacher in the rural regions of Sarawak. Teaching in the interiors may bring horrible living conditions as I’ve mentioned in Part […]

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So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 2)(Stories From the East)

So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 2)(Stories From the East)

“The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory,” Cicero once said. In this second part of his article, Jarod Yong shows us glimpses of a rural educator’s life.

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So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 1)(Stories from the East)

So You Want To Be A Teacher (Part 1)(Stories from the East)

Specially written for our Stories from the East series, Jarod Yong a young teacher stationed in the hinterlands of Sarawak describes life as a rural teacher and why it’s all worth it. (This is Part 1 of 3) PEOPLE WANT TO BE TEACHERS FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS: 1. Inspired by their own teachers, they […]

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