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As you know, when I was younger I used to go to Malaysia to visit my uncle, but when I first came back it was pretty much the same place, and then after the 9-11 attacks the travel restrictions were lifted and we went to Australia and New Zealand. But after the 2012 attacks, I haven't been back in Malaysia since. I was going to return and visit Malaysia before the elections, but I wasn't sure if it would be allowed. I decided to come back because of the ongoing protests, and that was also for the protests. As the people started to rally, I think it's more important than ever. Malaysia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with beautiful people, but it's a country where the media is controlled by the military, and it's also a country where most people are illiterate. So the protests were important because I don't think it's fair that the people are being oppressed and censored, and that's what's going to happen if the opposition wins. I think that was an important thing for me to see. I came back and came back and I hope the people can stay strong because I think they're doing great. They're very brave and they're a brave and peaceful group of people. They're also a very good representative for the country. I believe it's very important for all the people to keep the pressure on the government to protect freedom of expression and human rights.

What are some of your favorite places in Malaysia?

My favorite place is the Malaysian island of Borneo, but I'm also very fond of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and other places where they really make it happen. I'm also really fond of New Zealand, France, Germany, Scotland and the Netherlands because they really do make it happen. If it's a very strong country, that's where it's best to be because there's always a chance for the government to really act on those issues. They have a long way to go, but I think they can do it. There are online cupid definitely a lot of challenges, but I think it can happen.