I live in Australia and find the responses from this "ting tong" apalling and disturbing to say the least. A psycologically balanced person would not repond in that manner. Everyone has the right to find out who their birth parents are and it is especially important for someone who had been abandoned during childhood to try and reconcile the hurt that is in him / her all these years. It does not matter whether the birth parents would be welcoming to this person that they had ignored that many years ago. The most urgent thing is reconciliation and bring knowledge and peace to the whole case.
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Who told you that? It would be a good place to start.
Your command of the English language indicates that you had some form of good education, based on your statement of living in Malaysia.
How did you get such an education, what schools did you attend, can they verify your attendance there? (if as you say you have no nationality?)
Surely their records would help with regards to your nationallity.
You say you never went to school! Yet you are both english literate and computer aware!
You know the names of both your parents! That is unusual for a person in your predicament. How you have not been told of the original country is beyond my comprehension. I say that based on the FACT, that when one meets a stranger, one of the first questions asked is "where do you come from"?
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I know about my parents because after I was left again as my parents friends who look after me have to return to Thailand after about 5-6 years taking cares of me and they have to leave to their neigbour with believe that my birth parents will someday return to Kuala Lumpur for me.The neigbour who is a local citizen live just next door to the place where my parents used to live with other people from Thailand while in Kuala Lumpur.
I was raised like other ordinary children by the local citizen which I called her mother, but because of my illegal status ,nothing she can do to get me into the school like other children.She taught me how to read and write in Bahasa and English the best she can do.By the age of 12 my reading and writing ability was like a pupils in first year at school.
My reading and writing in both language get improvement as my age moved. I learned everything from the help of friends. I never feel shame to speak my broken English or asking friends to help me with the computer.
I was told about my parents and their name since I was just a little boy and after that maybe their name was also told to other people who look after me and so on.
I admid,that in my young age I don't really care about my birth parents and my illegal and stateless status but I'm going to be 33 this year,nothing I go do to improve my life or to go further up if I'm still without any legal identification. I believe only my birth parents can able to help me.I have nobody now that I can go for help.I am alone in this foreign country. Please Khun Phor,Khun Mae,help me!
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