Azizah as my personal assistant came knocking on my white big door and turned my door knob gently. She knew I was having a diplomatic talk with the France Ambassador. She put my coffee on the table and glanced at me with her finger on her wristwatch symbolizes its time for another meeting. I stood up and shook hands with the big and tall Ambassador with an agreement that Malaysian students will give their full commitment of studies in France in Engineering, Culinary or Language. With his last shook, he walked out with his team of diplomats. In my large and exquisite office of mine, I slowly stared at the pictures of famous faces on the wall. There were Father of Independence ; Tunku Abdul Rahman, Father of Unity ; Tun Abdul Razak, Father of Modernity ; Tun Dr Mahathir, the legendary ; Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, the incredible Tun Najib Abdul Razak and many more. Slowly my eyes fall into a picture which I know the best, which is mine. I’m the first Woman Prime Minister of Malaysia. I am on my way to make a better future for us. Since I was a child, my dream is to change the world to a better place for 10.5 billion human population. The world as a safe and sound place in conjunction to stay in with your love ones. Standing here, as the First Woman in Malaysia really awakes me from my list of dreams, this my future in reality. Staring at the moving cars from my tinted Perdana V6, I recalled back the future that I have wanted and will achieve in these 5 years of my authority. First and foremost, I would like to enhance the best education for the youngsters. In my enfant years, education was mostly exam-oriented. These affected the students IQ level in which they tend to only memorise facts and information from the textbooks. These didn’t used their brains capability as a whole and became the next generations that can not think creatively and out of the box. Thus, as the one who is responsible with the education in the year of 2050, I will transform the...
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