The PM’s son

When Lee Chong Wei reached his biggest milestone, the All England, among the first callers on his mobile was the Malaysian Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Lee revealed during the press conference that he was honoured to know that the PM had stayed up all night to watch his match live.

From The Star:
“Chong Wei is like my son. He calls me before he plays and if he wins, he’ll call to let me know,” Rosmah Mansor, wife of Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. “… my children have grown up. What do I do? I can’t be playing badminton all the time. I can’t accompany my husband all the time. But I’m educated, I’ve got my Master’s. I think I’ve put that aside for a long time. I wasn’t able to contribute because my husband was a minister. I was only doing little things, volunteering here and there. Now I’m in a position to contribute much more than before.”


About badmintonmania

Sometimes I wonder if I'm the Indian in Thoreau's Walden who makes cane baskets and is surprised nobody wants them. A. was talking about discipline when she said: "But Dev, if you want to move ahead in life, you'll have to be like that," and she may as well have defined everything else for me. I've played the low percentage game for too long to believe there's anything in it but the romance; the odds keep getting jacked up higher and higher; and you may be a good Idealist but a worse Fool.
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1 Response to The PM’s son

  1. Ti_DAn says:

    Lin Dan is,… a Beckham in China 😀
    And he will be back soon 😀
    Congratulation Datuk 😀

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