This question is for X, a very close relative of mine with around 20 years of experience as a software developer.
He lives in an Asian country Y, which he thinks is a "dustbin". And Y indeed is a dustbin. Roads are littered, fruits and vegetables are freely sprayed with formalin, people are dishonest and uneducated, traffic goes unregulated, nepotism's widespread, etc.
He works in a local IT company and his salary is more than satisfactory. But he still isn't satisfied with the people in the company and the country in general. Moreover, he's worried for his children's health and welfare. Living in a country so backward will become nigh impossible for the next generation. So he applies for a job in a top-class IT firm in Malaysia, a much more better and developed country.
They received his CV and were considerably interested in him. But they want to know more about X and so they give him a a set of questions. The very first one asks "Why are you interested in working in Malaysia?"
Food safety, healthy environment, cheap living cost, and better education system are primarily what makes Malaysia a good choice in his eyes for living and working in. He basically has no professional reasons to state. All he essentially plans to say in his answer to the question is, "Malaysia is a wonderful country, as opposed to my disgusting country Y. So I want to go to Malaysia and work there." In every single paragraph, he mentions one advantage of living in Malaysia and also mentions how Y lacks it. He comes off as more emotional than professional in his answer.