Found in Malaysia: Volume 2
The Nut Graph
This book is a continuing response of The Nut Graph website to a Government party politician smarting after the significant loss of Government seats at Malaysia's 2008 parliamentary election. He referred to non-Malay Malaysians as "pendatang" or "squatters." So the website set out to interview a wide cross-sections of Malaysians, mainly Malay, to ask them about their ancestry. Maybe some of them were pendatang too!. Their conclusion was that it's "ludicrous" to try to claim that the country belongs to one racial group rather than another. This 256 page book explains why through the stories of a wide selection of Malaysians born between the 1930s and 1980s. Amongst the more than 50 contributors there are exclusive interviews with Lim Keng Yaik, Yasmin Yusuff, Yuna & Meera Samanther.
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Condition: There is a minor bit of shelf wear and the text block is mildly tanned.