This is Bolehland. The name is an amalgamation of a Malay word ‘Boleh' and the English 'Land.' It represents the collective spirit of 'can do' attitude of a nation, whether of its people or the governance. It literally means achieving the impossible. Or figuratively thinking nothing is impossible. Either way, the thought is infectious. A bird is merely an image in the sky until you shoot it dead.
This is about the people in Bolehland. Citizens who rallied behind the call of their leaders to strive for excellence, empowering them to feel no fear, to never give up and to know no failure. These are the people who believe that equal opportunities exist for everyone. This is a study of the cumulative effect of twenty eight million people trying to do the 'impossible.‘
From the perspective of one shallow-thinking Japanese expatriate.
Who's also a best-selling humorist.
Writing a memoir.
And took a short-cut by stapling his travel notes together and handing it to his editor.
It'll be interesting.
But he can't promise.