Not all of us are bad, say foreign workers

PETALING JAYA - Foreign workers have to deal with being looked down upon by locals in addition to working long hours.

Indian national P. Jayasankar, 36, said many foreign workers felt they were despised.

"It does not help that some of them drink alcohol in public and cause a ruckus," said the father of two who has worked as a waiter in Malaysia for the past two years.

He said he worked six days a week and getting the most out of his day off to rest was very important.

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