Actually, I am from the Philippines but an overseas student in Singapore
I see, but I still maintain that change will be gradual. Fast and sweeping changes cause riots and whatnot, I'm sure they don't want that.
I doubt it will cause any harm. I don't think there's a secret contingent of Chinese Malaysians or Indian Malaysians lurking here waiting to pounce. It also helps that, outside of caring about you my friend, we really aren't invested in the election personally.
Pardon my ignorance but there's Indian Malaysians? I thought all Malaysians were Chinese or people of distant Chinese ancestry with very little differences in culture.
Malaysia is mostly composed of Malays however there are significant Chinese and Indian minorities.
Or if the opposition wins, "Malaysia is comprised of significant Chinese and Indian populations along with a Malay majority." Actually, isn't the Malay population about to dip under 50%? So more of a plurality then?
I meant "significant" with respect to the population size... but your interpretation is interesting too
So, that is a good thing right? The winning part I mean?
I mean from the standpoint of your continuing education... not really social change back home.
There is a thread, Shure is announcing a new flagship iem on the 9th and a distributor says it will be revolutionary or something in that taste.