A growing group of Malaysians are using design thinking to design a better future for advocacy and Malaysia.
The Malaysian Documentary Society (MyDocs) sees passion and potential in aspiring local documentary filmmakers
The participants of the Young Filmmakers Workshop 2015 said creating four different films inspired by one piece of dialogue, really pushed them to their creative limits.
Creativepreneurs in Malaysia are on the rise, despite the challenges they face.
Millennial employees in Malaysia have some pretty unrealistic expectations, according to these experts.
At 22, Yoke Kwan experienced both horror and humour during the Japanese Occupation.
IF you have mad designing skills, you stand to win an all expenses-paid trip worth RM18,000 to Orlando, Florida, and a chance to do your country proud.
At 92, James has seen it all, but his time spent working under the Kempeitai during WWII in Penang haunts him to this day.
Ethelin Teo escaped being used by the Japanese as a comfort woman during WWII by disguising as a boy, but many dark memories remain.
Omar Senik was on Sabak Beach the day the Japanese invaded Malaya, an hour before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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