Kam mentions in the interview that he is often mistaken for his two older brothers, Johan who is the chairman of PriceWaterhouseCoopers in Malaysia, and Karim, who is also a successful journalist and fiction writer:
All three of us look quite similar, so I’m constantly being mistaken for one or the other. If somebody says they’ve read one of my articles in the paper, I’d wait to see if they liked it. If they did, then I’d take all the credit -- but, if they didn’t, then I’d say: “I think you’ve mistaken me for my brother.” Sometimes I don’t bother to correct them at all, because it might embarrass them. On one occasion, I happened to be standing next to a notable Tan Sri, who told me that he had decided to award his company’s business to me. I really didn’t know what to say. Unless he wanted me to wash his cars, I really couldn’t have been much use to him. I think I shouted “Fire!” and ran away.One of the organisers of the Ubud Readers and Writers Festival was totally confused when I mentioned Kam in an e-mail and wouldn't believe that Kam wasn't Karim until I sent photographic evidence that there were indeed two author brothers with very similar names!
Okay, now the quiz question for you is which is which?