Today we celebrate the International Workers’ day or May Day.
"This day was chosen more than 100 years ago to commemorate the struggles and gains of workers and the labour movement.
Most notable reasons to celebrate are the 8-hour day, Saturday as part of the weekend, improved working conditions and child labor laws. But these gains were not attained without the solidarity of workers."
So, we are not forgetting our brothers and sisters -- in Malaysia and the rest of the world -- who are working under poor conditions and are being exploited, oppressed and suppressed.