The Malaysian Insider published Putrajaya: Good move or a waste of money? (credited to The Straits Times) 3 days ago.
What caught my eye were the last 2 paragraphs, which states:
Wan Esuriyanti pointed out another problem. She decided to move out of Putrajaya and buy a property in a nearby suburb because she wanted her children to grow up in a racially balanced neighbourhood.
“Putrajaya is almost 100 per cent Malay,” she said. “I don't want my children to grow up not knowing about other races and cultures.”
I applaud Wan Esuriyanti’s values in wanting her children to grow up in a truly Malaysian environment.
But I wonder at the centre of the Malaysian government, Putrajaya, being described as “… almost 100 per cent Malay”.
Ze dream haf komme true for zommeone! ;-)