So, isn't it important to know about Southeast Asia? Of course it's important, but you have to have the right mindset. I think the right way is, if you don't even care about the land under your feet, how can you have the heart to know about other countries? Rediscovering Malaysia and Taiwan from Social Movements I studied at universities and research institutes in Taiwan from 2010 to 2016, which coincided with the rise of opposition forces and social movements in Malaysia.
Although I have left the motherland that raised photo restoration service me for 18 years, I still care about it in Taiwan. For example, the "Clean and Fair Elections Coalition" held five large-scale parades between 2007 and 2016. Many Malaysian expatriates in Taiwan also rallied in Liberty Square to jointly respond to the social movement of the motherland; in the 2013 national election, many people living overseas Malaysians are also actively returning to their hometowns to vote, and I am one of them.
My pursuit of democracy and human rights in my mother country has led me to care about Taiwan. I was also fortunate to have encountered Taiwan's anti-media monopoly movement and the Sunflower Student Movement during my schooling. However, I realized in 2015 that I didn't know enough about Taiwan. In September 2015, when I visited the National Human Rights Museum in Green Island, I learned that during the martial law period, three Malaysian overseas Chinese students were imprisoned in white terror. , is full of party-state narratives, "Overseas Chinese are the mother of revolution.