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Learning to treasure the value of virtue

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It's been almost three weeks and Channel 3 is still keeping mum about what they did to our favourite Nua Mek 2. Despite pressure from the public for an explanation, questions like "Why did you ban the series?" and "Which parts of it did you see unfit for airing?" are still hanging in the air. 

Perhaps Channel 3 has yet to come up with a good excuse to justify their abrupt axing of the political drama even though it was already very near its conclusion. But never mind that! Everyone seems to know the reason well. And, of course, political interference tops the list of speculation.

Honestly, I rarely watched the series. I'm not a drama viewer. But my sister is a big fan and she briefed me on what the story was all about when I happened to join her in front of the tube one night. I also had a good laugh at a fight scene which saw the sorcerer and our handsome lead discharging psychic beams against each other that night.

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