Two talented young women have been selected to represent Malaysia at a prestigious regional filmmaking workshop.
Fitness trainer Joanna Soh is empowering women around the world through her self-produced online videos.
The slum-like favelas in Olympic city Rio de Janeiro are slowly progressing as Google helps local businesses by putting them on the map – literally.
Cheerleaders across the region gave their best at the 2016 CHARM Cheerleading Championships.
Filipino filmmaker John Torres wants to inspire young Malaysian directors in the upcoming Next New Wave workshop.
Digi and P.S. The Children are working together to protect families through a workbook and a digital safety app.
Fred Chong has gone from an engineer to the founder and CEO of an digital entertainment company with offices in nine major cities across Asia.
The National Unity Youth Fellowship is currently in its second edition and since last year, has been developing young Malaysians to be the champions of a moderate Malaysian.
Run by young Malaysians, The 100% Project is crowdfunding classroom dreams into reality – and the public has a chance to contribute.
Here’s a look at the two projects organised by NUYF’s fellows in the spirit of national unity.
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