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All dressed up

Cosplayers gathered as a community at the inaugural Jaya Shopping Centre Cosplay do.

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Good ol’ sport

Four sports legends were in Kuala Lumpur to inspire community project leaders from around the world.

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LINE up for recognition

LINE Malaysia is helping local graphic designers by allowing them to sell “stickers”. Meet the two designers who are already doing it!

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R.AGE in New York

Our reporter Lim May Lee heads to New York City to cover the Alexander Wang x H&M fashion show, and to check out what NYC has to offer – on a budget!

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Drawing for real

Monica Lee is a former digital artist who now specialises in hyperrealism, a genre of art that involves drawing pieces that look exactly like photographs.

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Voices of dissent

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy “umbrella revolution” has been driven by young people. Here are some of their stories.

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Dressed to impress

United States-based costume designer Tan Jeaw Nyee will be in town to conduct the upcoming Costume Designing Workshop.

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The unlikely leader

Meet Joshua Wong, the 17-year-old student leader driving Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement.

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Photo wars

Meet the humanitarian relief worker whose photography skills won her a spot on a brand new reality TV competition.

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#GetPersonal with Monica Lee

She’s the Malaysian hyperrealism artist who has been featured on Huffington Post (and a bunch of other major news sites) and has a rapidly growing following on social media.

Get Personal

Our interview series with Malaysia’s most awesome young people.

BRATs

Stories from our BRATs teen journalists.

Remember the Nam(e)

Kpop singer Eric Nam had fans eating out of the palm of his hands when he was down in Malaysia recently.

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You only die once

Our generation now seems to use ‘#YOLO’ as an excuse to have reckless fun.

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Picture this!

The children of Malaysia have spoken, and now it’s time for us to listen!

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Goh tarts, Goh!

Jonker 88 apart, BRATs also spoke to the owner of Madam Goh Nyonya Pineapple Tarts House, who still makes tarts by hand.

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The tinman of Jonker Street

When it comes to skilled carftsmen, you won’t find many better than tinsmith Lee Kiang Sim.

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Best. Friends. Forever.

The incredible story of two ladies who have run their businesses side-by-side – for 58 years!

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