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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Body artist turns people into works of art

For body artist Alexander Lee Seng Hoo, it’s Halloween all day, every day.

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UN-believable: R.AGE won the 2016 United Nations Malaysia Award!

We received one of the highest accolades we could get – the United Nations (UN) Malaysia Award, for contributions to the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. We were psyched to say the least, especially when we heard what the UN had to say about our work!

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Startups are giving young women a chance to lead

The youthful culture of startups are giving young women the opportunity to be leaders, and they’re rocking the boss vibe!

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