Ok back to the conversation.
He was asking where am I from? As usual, not many people knows about Sarawak. So I told him above Kalimantan, near Brunei. His Malaysian wife suddenly said there is no need for her to use passport when entering Sarawak. I corrected her and told her it is needed. Even for non-Sarawakian (Malaysian) to get a job in Sarawak, they have to get something like job permit.
The husband is in a confuse mode but his Malaysian wife definitely out of the topic. She kept talking about location of Sarawak, when the husband already knows where is Sarawak. The husband is confused because Malaysia have 1 prime minister and Sarawak is part of Malaysia, but Sarawak have this law which sound like Sarawak is a country itself.
Yes, Sarawak have this law to protect Sarawakian. The more I talk about Sarawak, the more I understand about Sarawak. Sarawak is almost a country itself.
Sarawak can be a country, if only there is no old guy, with white hair, betraying Sarawak.
Harapkan pagar, pagar makan padi (“A wolf in sheep’s skin”.)