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MALAYSIA-POLITICS/CHINESE
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February 11, 2008
An ethnic Chinese prays at a temple in Malaysia's northern island of Penang February 2, 2008. Under Malaysia's...
Penang, Malaysia
An ethnic Chinese prays at a temple in Malaysia's northern island of Penang
An ethnic Chinese prays at a temple in Malaysia's northern island of Penang February 2, 2008. Under Malaysia's "social contract" hammered out by the nation's founding fathers, the majority Malays will have an unchallenged hold over politics in return for non-interference in Chinese domination of the economy. Today, ethnic Chinese are starting to wonder whether they have been shortchanged and are likely to put the long-standing deal to test in general elections expected next month amid growing fissures over race and religion. Picture taken February 2, 2008. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
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