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Sugar relationships turned sour

Former sugar babies reveal the physical and emotional trauma they experienced at the hands of their sugar daddies.

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When beauty meets charm

The Miss Universe Malaysia pageant has just introduced etiquette training, and no one could be happier about this than former Miss Universe Malaysia, Carey Ng.

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Wheels of change

A rollerblader, skateboarder and BMX rider join forces to build a community through extreme sports.

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Guts and glory

From the established to the up-and-coming, here are five Malaysian extreme sports athletes you should know about.

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Kick, score and conquer

Two Malaysian teens net the chance of a lifetime to train at QPR Academy in London.

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Asia’s Next Top Model Season 3’s first casualty

An exclusive interview with Shareeta Selvaraj, the first contestant booted off the newly-premiered Asia’s Next Top Model Season 3.

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R.AGE with the PM

We were invited to a youth dialogue with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, and here’s what went down.

Sugarbaby

My ‘attempt’ at being a sugar baby

R.AGE journalist Lim May Lee went undercover as a sugar baby to see how easy it is to find a sugar daddy in Malaysia — and it sure wasn’t hard.

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Super market star

Eight Malaysian celebs hop aboard CELEB.TRADR, a thrilling eight-week crash course in trading, armed with RM15,000 and a financial wizard each.

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The sorting hat has spoken

Find out whose team you’re on for the upcoming BRATs camp!

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You’ve been scammed

They’ve got fancy websites and amazing services but as one student found out, companies selling assignments online are often cheaters.

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Room for racism

Do most homeowners discriminate prospective tenants based on race? Here’s what real estate agents had to say.

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BRATs Raub participants selected!

The first BRATs camp of 2015 will involve baby elephants and straight-up luxury at the six-star Casabrina resort.

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Cream of the crop

Check out the teams at StartupHouse and the apps they’re working on.

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Cover story

Room for racism

College students looking to rent rooms/houses are facing racial discrimination.

Experiment: How our reporter was rejected for being Indian

R.AGE chief reporter Abirami writes about the constant rejection she faced on the house rental market because of the colour of her skin.

Update: Young realtors making a stand against racism

After our story came out, a group of young realtors decided to play their part in discouraging racism on the real estate market.

Singing in NYC

Irma Seleman talks about her music, debut album and crowdfunding, all happening in the city that never sleeps – New York.

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Coffee careers

Malaysia has gone coffee crazy! Here’s how you can turn your love for the beverage into a full-time career.

#Throwback: Coffee entrepreneurs

Our interview last year with Joey Mah, who went from moonlighting for free as a barista to the co-owner to two cafes and Artisan Roastery.

Langkawi

Speaking to the skipper

Boat skipper Tamryn Burger dismantled, reassembled and sailed a yacht from Croatia to Langkawi – and it was all in a day’s (more like 40 days’) work.

Get Personal

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

Editor’s pick

SEA of talent

Some of South East Asia’s top young filmmakers talk to R.AGE about the constant challenges they face.

#Throwback

Mountain treasures

The traditional culture of the Karen tribe in Thailand makes it slightly harder for children to realise their aspirations. Thankfully, World Vision Thailand is there to help.

Pot culture

R.AGE delves into the world of college marijuana dealers in Malaysia

Weeding out the myths

Datuk Dr Andrew Mohanraj addresses some marijuana myths.

Interview with an ex-marijuana dealer

Meet the 20-year-old law student who sold his first batch of illegal substances when he was 16.

BRATs

Malaysia’s awesomest young journalist programme.

Stories by BRATs

My BRATs Experience: Tay Khye Vern

It took a mere 4 days and 3 nights, a group of the most extraordinary peers, and a team of professional journalists to fundamentally change the way I perceived the world.

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My BRATs Experience: Dianne Leong Mae Lynn

Thinking that I would spend most of my time in the ever famous six star resort, Casabrina, doing nothing but writing articles in an air conditioned suite all day long, I decided to join this 4 day 3 night journalism camp.

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My BRATs Experience: Elizabeth Ong

The moment I received the email from The Star BRATs informing me that I had been selected as one of the participants of BRATs Raub, I was screaming and dancing alone in my room.

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My BRATs Experience: Tan Cheng Yew

I could go on and on about how much I love the camp, but one of the numerous things I have learned from the BRATs program is to keep our articles short, simple and sweet.

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My BRATs Experience: Latashah Vallimanalan

When I first found out that I had been selected for BRATs, I didn’t think that I would have the time of my life.

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My BRATs experience: Audrey Au Yong

My BRATs memories in a poem.

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