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JUNE 8 — I have a friend who goes by the name Wan (not his real name of course as he doesn’t want me to disclose it). He is much younger than me and I got to know him through the course of working in the television industry. He’s a good guy and I started hiring him for my projects.
He seems eager to learn as well and was constantly asking questions and advice about the industry and how to better himself in his work. When I first got to know him, he had just graduated with a diploma from a local university and he was very proud of that fact.
Wan doesn’t come from a very well-to-do family. He told me that he worked part time to put himself through school, and it took him longer than usual to graduate. Of course, that didn’t matter to me. Here was a guy who struggled and put in as much effort as he could to achieve something he wanted. [Click to read the rest of the article at The Malaysian Insider]
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