What is a Malaysian? Malay? Chinese? Indian? Smattering of Portuguese? Traveled? Educated?ecureilx wrote:my 2 cents - and late to the party - yes, to some extent ..
Probably that goes with Malaysians - I mean MALAYSIANS, not Malays, as a lot of foreign talents seem to be confusing Malays with Malaysians ... having more space, easily being able to own cars, and this and that ..
I could go on, but .. will be a bit like stirring up a hornets nest ..
Off-hand - NO CAN DO.
But after working with them and getting to know them, yes, I could give myself 75% success rate in differentiating Locals from Malaysians ..
I suspect, as suggested, for the OP to get 5 posts so he now has PM access to spam his ready 'address list' of expats. His post account started and ended at 5 in one day, quelle surprise!Strong Eagle wrote:What's the point?
As soon as it happens, that happens. The first complaint we received of PM spamming and it's over for them.JR8 wrote:
I'd burn their sorry ar$es if I had a big red button in front of me
Well, for Filipinos, all Malays are "MALAYSIANS" and my attempts to correct it went nowhere .. and likewise, all Chinese are "CHINESE" - > meaning, they are all from China ..Strong Eagle wrote: What is a Malaysian? Malay? Chinese? Indian? Smattering of Portuguese? Traveled? Educated?
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