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When it comes to helping those in need, it seems that race nor nationality is a contributing factor on whether or not a person gets help.

The crisis brought by the flash floods have resulted in Indonesians climbing on top of roofs and Myanmar nationals swimming in floodwaters to send food to those who need it.

In a similar situation, Twitter user @bunkroti recently shared the story of how a group of Bangladeshi nationals came and told him that they would like to help him clean up.



In his Twitter post, he explained that whilst he was cleaning at Jalan Kebun in Shah Alam, he noticed that many Bangladeshi nationals came to help.

“When I asked them if a company sent them, they replied that they came on their own with their friends to come and help clean the houses of flood victims.”

Big thank you to all foreigners living in Malaysia who have been a great help,” he added.


Netizens share stories of how foreign nationals have helped

The post has amassed plenty of attention and currently stands on over 17,100 likes and 12,600 shares. Plenty of Malaysians commented on how foreign workers have helped those in need during the flood as well as the clean up afterwards.

One user said, “At Bukit Lanchong the Bangladeshi man who normally cuts the grass is now helping to clean homes. The sad thing is he didn’t even get the chance to eat.”

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Another user shared a note that was given to them at a relief centre. “The thing is, the note was placed by them in a plastic along with some items they bought to donate to flood victims.”

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The note was revealed to be from a group of Turkish nationals who are working in Malaysia. It reads, “Hello my dear brother! We are your Turkish brothers working in your country. God bless you and your loved ones.”

“We ask you to accept this aid package.”

Take care of yourself bro. Please call if you need help,” concluded the note along with a phone number of one of the men.



Thank you to all the migrant workers who have tirelessly offered to help those in need. We will forever be thankful towards your acts of compassion.


Have you experienced something similar? Let us know in the comments.


Also read: M’sians Grateful For Myanmar Neighbours Who Swam Many Times in Floodwaters To Get Them Food

Foreign Neighbours Swim To Help

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