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Sunday, October 28, 2012 - 05.40 GMT
We can learn a thing or two from Sri Lanka – Malaysian writer

 

Malaysia we are more modern. We have the twin towers. We have the largest highways. We may have the longest bridge. Our FDI and GNI are worlds apart to Sri Lanka. We have fantastic public infrastructures to pride on, but Sri Lanka has one thing…their roads are clean, their markets are clean, the people are emphatic, they are courteous and they are in a hurry to recover the 30 lost years of development. I hope we can learn these simple traits from Sri Lanka and become a greater nation by afar, Ravindran Raman Kutty wrote in the malaymail.com.

Colombo was a pleasant surprise for me, as I was thinking weapon wielding army officers will be welcoming me. I was wrong. Colombo airport was small but cute and clean. The immigration officers were the most courteous immigration officers that I have ever encountered. Both air and ground airline staffs were kind, humane and courteous, he said.

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http://www.mmail.com.my/story/we-can-learn-thing-or-two-sri-lanka-35109

 

 
 
   
   
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