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This summer my family and I spent a few days in Malaysia on our way to England. Before we went, I read a little about the country, since I do not like to be completely ignorant about a country that I am visiting. One of the things that interested me most about Malaysia was the great variety of communities which make up the population of fifteen million people. The main groups are the Malays, the Chinese, and the Indians, and each group has its own language and religion.

A country like Malaysia, whose people come from many cultural backgrounds, faces a great many problems that a country like Japan does not. The challenge is to teach everybody a sense of unity and common purpose .


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Most prime ministers are sadly ignorant about foreign affairs.


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