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Sustain Country's High Standing, Urges Rosmah | 28/09/2010
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NEW YORK, Sept 28 2010 (Bernama) -- Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, wife of the prime minister, has called on Malaysians abroad to maintain the good image and reputation of the country.

She said as little ambassadors of the country, they should know how to carry themselves and forge friendship with other nationalities.

"Just continue to make new friends from other countries and learn their customs, cultures and way of life as well as their cuisines," she said at the luncheon with the members of the Malaysian Foreign Ministry Women's Association at the Malaysian Permanent Representative Office to the United Nations (UN) here Monday.

Foreign minister's wife, Datin Seri Siti Robiah Abdul Samad, Malaysian ambassador to the United States's wife, Datin Seri Kalson Ismail, Malaysian Permanent Representative to the UN's wife, Datin Amy Hamidon and Malaysian consulate general in New York's wife, Arfah Nadiah Ahmad were present.

Rosmah said Malaysians should also maintain cordial relations among them by not associating their ethnicity and racial background in efforts to help realize the 1Malaysia concept.

She also urged Malaysians to take the opportunity to promote the country to the local communities by sharing stories on the country's food and cuisines.

Rosmah also urged diplomats and their spouses to strive for self-improvement, including enhancing their working knowledge of English and learning French.

Earlier, Amy spoke of the activities organised by the association to promote Malaysia including holding food festivals.

Rosmah is accompanying Najib, who arrived here last Thursday to lead the Malaysian delegation to the UN General Assembly.


Source: BERNAMA
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