Quotes by Malaysian authors
Instead of passing on choppy waters to the next generation, we should endeavor to leave them a calmer sea.
Let's empower men and help them take a stand to stop acts of violence against women.
Not many dictators announce their resignation, but I did because I didn't want to stay on and overstay my welcome.
I'm basically a creature of habit - I do practically the same thing every week, every day of every week: I go to the office, I meet people, I write, I read, and, of course, I give lectures.
I am saying that currency trading is unnecessary, unproductive, and immoral. It should be stopped. It should be made illegal.
If you were ever a ballerina, you know the pain: just to be able to look like it's all so light, but when they take off their shoes, it's all bloody.
Yes, we are a producer of cameras, but we understand that at the end of the day, you have to make photos in software. A lot of companies focus on the camera side, and a lot are on the software side. There's a chasm between the two.
For many years, Myanmar's leadership was largely shut out from the world of international diplomacy.
When a company makes a fundamental change, it is inevitable that some people will leave.
The great thing about the 'Fast and Furious' world is everything is up for speculation. Yes, anything is a possibility.
As an actress, you know there are limitations on what you can do creatively.
I have done many films across the globe and would love to be a part of Bollywood, but the script must have a strong character for me.
For many decades, Myanmar was on the receiving end of very public diplomatic scoldings, often backed up by sanctions.
As you know with the Arab Spring, there were no dividends.
The fact is, I'm half-British, half-Malaysian. For an Asian who's grown up in America to be commenting on how Asian I am when they've never left America... does that make them more or less Asian than me?
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