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Recently a picture of two boys crossing a dilapidated, rickety suspension bridge en route to their school in Kampung Nelayan, Sandakan, Sabah, went viral.

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NSTopinion We must recognise that every child is unique. We must empower them to learn, grow and thrive as they deserve that opportunity to lifelong learning.

Recently a picture of two boys crossing a dilapidated, rickety suspension bridge en route to their school in Kampung Nelayan , Sandakan , Sabah , went viral.

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