But I’m reminding you. Visiting another country, where your language is not the primary language, is a good way to remember that language is important.
In Malaysia, Bahasa Malay is the main language. English is very common, but Bahasa is the preferred way of communicating.
“Easy” is a campaign or product for one of the banks there. I had to ask a local what the billboard (and storefronts) were advertising. The non‐verbal cues were not enough for me to figure it out. (Apparently, it’s a form of quick banking.)
Interestingly, in Kuala Lumpur, some advertising is in English, and some is in Bahasa. I guess it depends on the target audience.