Bad, bad News in Malaysia and Singapore: First Day at School for Children

Bad, bad News in Malaysia and Singapore: First Day at School for Children
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Today’s Anniversary has Very Bad News for Children in Malaysia and Singapore: Back to School, Boys and Girls!

The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is the building where the Malaysian Parliament assembles. Photo credit: Wikipedia

The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is the building where the Malaysian Parliament assembles. Photo credit: Wikipedia

Yes, very bad news. Schools in Malaysia and Singapore are, again, plenty of boys and girls. Yes, the holidays have been short and you have to go to school again. I remember this day with nostalgia. When I was a boy, I didn’t hate school very much. I had friends there and, anyway, I haven’t learnt anything during all these years. But, in fact, I was happy. Teachers used to laugh with me because I never did any homework but I passed all the exams. I used to ask them: if I know how to do that, why do I need to repeat the same exercise 20 times more? And then teachers simply smile.

Anyway, boys and girls from Malaysia and Singapore. Study and be good with your parents and teachers. Childhood goes fast and, one day, you will discover that it’s much easier studying than working and, as I do, you will remember this first day at school with nostalgia and happiness.

Have a great day, dear Yareah friends!

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