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Housing Discrimination

Lin Ming Yao (Project Lead), Nurul Hamizah Binti Afandi, Sofiah Hanim Binti Shuhaizan, Koh Hui Hong and Arijey Sura
13 pages
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November 11, 2021
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Abstract

Malaysia embraces itself as a multicultural and multi-religious country. When Independence Day or Malaysia Day approaches, poster competitions in Malaysian schools will witness the portrayal of people of different races coming together joyfully, singing the national anthem or the Merdeka theme song of the year. Despite how happy and joyful the fictional characters in the poster seem, it begs the question: how does this racial harmony translate into real life?

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