Dear Tan Sri Anthony Fernandes,
I’ve had the pleasure of chancing on some true brown-nosing material in your magazine (page 94) on-board one of your aircrafts. I found it a refreshing read with interesting insight into how you operate as an employer of over seventeen thousand strong.
I’m not going to lie, I don’t understand how it feels to be bullied – not because I’ve never been picked on or laughed at and embarrassed. But because I never let it get to me, I don’t let myself become a victim.
I have loved tattoos since I was 13. I knew that one day I was going to get one, but my family opposed so strongly and I was too afraid of the consequences for a little self expression so I hid my tattoos from my family until they found out. I can’t even remember how they realised. But they did. They still make occasional comments and get into debates about the implications of tattoos so here’s a blog post to end all discussion.