Can DAP Really Become a Truly Malaysian Party?

In a recent session with young social and political activists, I shared that the party should be a model Malaysian party that puts forward an alternative to the existing framework of racial politics. If we can lead the effort in breaking away from this outdated divisive mindset, we will be able to usher a new way of perceiving multiculturalism.

Instead of the different races coexisting in distinct separate groups, every one of us is the very embodiment of multiculturalism. We should celebrate and embrace each other’s culture as a Malaysian shared heritage.

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