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After two years of waiting and guessing, it now feels like a dream that could just be taken away with a simple pinch. But I guess the 13th General Election is really going to happen. Nothing can beat the reality of walking the streets of Malaysia to see just how things are gearing up for the parties, the candidates, and of course, the people.
I’m a very positive and happy person. Ask anyone who knows me and they will tell you that I am never without a smile or a hearty laugh even in the most stressful of situations. Happiness and positivity is my philosophy in life. I need to have these elements in my life to be able to do my work, to interact with family and friends, and just to survive.
Now that the general election is here, I am happy and excited as this will be the third general election that I will be covering as a journalist, and the first as a voter (I know! Right?). Since the important dates were announced by the Election Commission, I have been in the field, deep in the heart of my constituency, Lembah Pantai, getting a feel of the surroundings.
One of the first stops I made was to the biggest and most striking ops centre in the area – Barisan Nasional – which is located on Jalan Bukit Bangsar. [Click to read the full article at English.AstroAwani.Com]
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