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Team May Lee: A cuppa France

Thibault K Bidi is living the high life in Malaysia as the brand ambassador of French cafe Cafes Richard, but it wasn’t always smooth-sailing.

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Coolest BRATs camp ever

Because it’s cold up in Genting, and also because interviewing butlers, scoping out gibbons and checking out the largest hotel laundry plant in South-East Asia is pretty darn cool.

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Stopping predators in their tracks

The Hentikan!! national seminar was a ground-breaking moment in Malaysia’s war against the child sexual crimes epidemic.

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HIV-positive discrimination

Young HIV-positive Malaysians are being fired from jobs and kicked out of school due to their status – but that shouldn’t be the case.

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TRY-ing to make a difference

Raviraj Sawlani, founder of non-profit initiative Project TRY, is changing the lives of underprivileged youths on Pulau Mabul.

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Not a girl gamer

ESports host pindaPanda wants to be known as a gamer, just without the word ‘girl’ affixed to it.

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Malaysian-made mobile horror game bags multiple awards

Local mobile game Sara Is Missing is making waves with its unique design and thrilling writing.

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The Altimet do-gooder

Altimet is a rapper with a heart of gold – and here’s why.

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Designing social innovation

Tandemic CEO Kal Joffres explains four easy steps to effective design thinking.

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The HYIC programme is just a start - Srishagon plans to continue working to make the world a better place and creating platforms for the voiceless to make themselves heard.

‘Friendable’ for bully-victims

Srishagon Abraham, 16, is trying to make the world a better place – starting with an app to support victims of bullying.

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