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Living as a Muslim in Cambodia

Cambodian Muslims are slowly rebuilding their lives – with a little help from Malaysians.

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Games that save lives

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Climbing for Charity

There ain’t no mountain high enough to keep Jia Huai from raising money for SHELTER home for children, the place she was raised in and considers her true home. She’s literally climbing Mount Kinabalu to make it happen.

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Get to know Felicia Mikat

MALAYSIAN Paralympian Felicia Mikat, 18, is now feted nationwide for the three gold medals she brought home from the 8th Asean Para Games in 2015. But as a young girl, there were no cheering crowds, just jeering children from her village in Tambunan, Sabah, all because she was blind. “Being teased for my blindness hurt […]

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Running for all

Over 500 participants with disabilities took part in this year’s Borneo International Marathon to encourage a more inclusive society for all.

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Getting real about child abuse

The children of Yayasan Chow Kit drew upon their own experiences and their friends’ to convey the message of child abuse in the experimental theatre show 7 Voices.

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Real children telling real stories

Yayasan Chow Kit kids speak up about child abuse.

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Empowering the children of Chow Kit

A new video series by R.AGE spotlights the ‘new’ Chow Kit and what it means to the at-risk children growing up there.

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Taking the next step

R.AGE is stopping its weekly print edition, but we’re not saying goodbye just yet.

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Writing for a change

In an historic move, Members of Parliament from various parties will come together today to support the war against child sexual crimes.

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