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  #61 Old 16-04-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

For me,I prefer Singapore than Malaysia because of the competitive environment in Singapore would make me to work harder to achieve my dream.That would remind me that I am not the good student,there is still have many good students out there better than me.I am willing to be bond by Singapore government as long as I get the high-pay job.Besides,I can improve my english communication skill in Singapore.
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  #62 Old 16-04-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

I would like to work with in US with NASA or Switzerland on CERN peroject. . .fat dream though... : (
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  #63 Old 16-04-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

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I would like to work with in US with NASA or Switzerland on CERN peroject. . .fat dream though... : (
Same here! But the first requirement for NASA is to become a USA citizen.. fat chance indeed.
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Same here! But the first requirement for NASA is to become a USA citizen.. fat chance indeed.
Oh reAlly???? I didn't know that. Z z z
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  #65 Old 16-04-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

Hmm. Depends on how the country will become by the time I graduate
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  #66 Old 23-06-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

Depends. I think that if I were given such opportunity to work overseas, I will stay there for a while and observe. Let say if I really cant adapt the life there and get a feeling of homesick, I may just come back to my hometown. But if the life there is awesome, I dont think it's a bad idea to stay there. And perhaps, ask my family to migrate ;D

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For me,I prefer Singapore than Malaysia because of the competitive environment in Singapore would make me to work harder to achieve my dream.That would remind me that I am not the good student,there is still have many good students out there better than me.I am willing to be bond by Singapore government as long as I get the high-pay job.Besides,I can improve my english communication skill in Singapore.
yap..Agree
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  #67 Old 24-06-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

I'll definitely return to Malaysia. You say you want to leave because the economy in whichever country you choose to stay in is better and so you'll have better pay. Well if everyone did that, then how on earth do you expect the wages in Malaysia to get any higher, seeing that we aren't contributing to Malaysia's economic growth.
And honestly, competition in Malaysia can get tight too. No need to run away to some other country. Even in terms of English proficiency in certain sectors.
Besides, I'm going to study Medicine. Among the reasons I chose this is to help people (yes, cliche, but true, and that's not the whole picture anyway). So if I chose to go to some other country to help the people there, I'd be betraying my own nation in assisting the citizen's here.

Call me foolish for thinking this, and who knows my views may change over time and experience, but as of now, my loyalty lies with my nation.
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  #68 Old 24-06-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

If only the government change their attitude i will be more than willing to serve malaysia... After all, im a true blue malaysian... It is the policy that is the main cause of problem.. Im very very sure that if the pm and his men really put into actions what they have promise... Then the 1 malaysia concept will not just be an empty talk slogan which is being commercialised... Well... If THEY do not change their racist policy... Its not the fault of us leaving... After all we are just normal human beings going for greener pastures for the sake of survival.

Do you realise that actually MANY( i mean it) malaysian yearn to return home... Take for example, im sure all of you guys who have read the papers recently must have know about the man who have been part of the team of the design of iphone 4... He have publicly declare his desire to return home... He is not the only one... There are many more who wants to come back , nevertheless.. The country's policy dettered them and force them to turn their backs away... Can you blame them? Im sure many of them would love to call malaysia their home, if the gov make them feel appreciated and comfortable in it..

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  #69 Old 24-06-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

Well to me, clearly people who stay overseas but say they want to return to Malaysia don't want it enough. Maybe it's just me, but I'm a firm believer of the 'If you don't like it, change it' way rather than just waiting for the results to happen. Of course I understand sometimes how people shift away so they can provide for their family - fair enough, family is a big and personal consideration and I'm not going to make people give that up, even for a bigger good. I'm not entirely sure I'd come back myself if none of my family or friends are present in Malaysia. Still, I must say I disapprove when people proclaim themselves 'loyal Malaysians' or 'true Malaysians' or 'proud Malaysians' and then just run off.

At least the JPA scholars who default on their bonds and don't deserve their scholarship are open about their level of patriotism.
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  #70 Old 24-06-2011 Default Re: Given a choice, would you work in Malaysia?

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Well to me, clearly people who stay overseas but say they want to return to Malaysia don't want it enough. Maybe it's just me, but I'm a firm believer of the 'If you don't like it, change it' way rather than just waiting for the results to happen. Of course I understand sometimes how people shift away so they can provide for their family - fair enough, family is a big and personal consideration and I'm not going to make people give that up, even for a bigger good. I'm not entirely sure I'd come back myself if none of my family or friends are present in Malaysia. Still, I must say I disapprove when people proclaim themselves 'loyal Malaysians' or 'true Malaysians' or 'proud Malaysians' and then just run off.

At least the JPA scholars who default on their bonds and don't deserve their scholarship are open about their level of patriotism.
I totally agree with your point of view...that only by actions, can we change and transform malaysia...no point declaring the loyalty and then after run away from reality... After all, if we have a chance to prove our sheer determination to change through votes... Why underutilise our rights? that is why from theb till now.. Tony pua, the dap mp, is one of the charismatic and driven minded leader i admired.. He has business in singapore, he have bucks of money to live a more than luxurious life in singapore, yet he decided to return to malaysia to be an agent of change... However, i do think that some or should i say most non malays left this country mainly due to their dissapointment with the gov's policy , especially with the scholarships and education issues...imagine a guy scored straight A+ in his spm, only to witness his friend - a bumi grabbing all the possible scholarships available with a less than decent results..how would he feel as a malaysian? Being treated as second class citizen? And a guy who scored 4 flats in stpm but fail to get into local unis.. Meanwhile his matriks counterpart got into local uni critical courses with a horrendous results... At the same time, he obtained admission and scholarships to study at nus in singapore...do you think he will still stay in malaysia...i doubt so...

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