(Dr Mahathir) has described our two countries and compared them to a pair of twins. And that’s a good illustration. As twins, you ought to embrace each other and help each other grow and help each other succeed and celebrate each other’s achievements.
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The ceiling fell, then the entire second floor collapsed and we were all stuck. We managed to escape after everyone kicked through the wall.
At the end of the day, it is about what is in the child’s best interests.
I feel sad wondering how he’d manage after I’m gone, how he’d live, what his future and his marriage life would be like. Whatever happens, we’ll accept it and continue to live our lives on a day-to-day basis.
If we could just [enable] them to study… Maybe one of them will make it out of their hometowns, and that’ll make all the difference.
With the eyes of the world on you, you chose to highlight your work with the poor, and to send a much-needed message of hope to all. With those words, you already became a winner in our hearts.