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Lisa Surihani, social activist

Actress Lisa Surihani wants to make the world a better place, and is using her celebrity status to do so.

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Getting BRAT-ty in Genting

A sneak peek at what the BRATs young journalists got up to in the misty hills of Genting!

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Big City, Small Living

Would you live in a microhouse? Kuala Lumpur sure hopes so! Here is a peek at what microliving could look like.

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#TeamSatpal: A gateway to the hilltop

THE first thing one notices when approaching Resorts World Genting (RWG) by car are the strings of gondolas gliding up the mountainside, floating above the occasional fog that clouds the area.

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#TeamMayLee: Putting safety first

BEHIND Awana SkyWay’s effortless glide lies great effort, teamwork and precise maintenance – the responsibilities of Francis Lee, assistant vice president of the SkyWay operations and technical division for Resorts World Genting (RWG).

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#TeamClaire: Now everyone can ride

THE date Dec 20, 2017, marked the first birthday of Awana SkyWay. According to operations executive Asman Faidy, 42, there are usually 20,000 passengers each day, rising to 30,000 on weekends.

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#TeamMayLee: Police with a purpose

THE word “police” might bring to mind uniforms and police cars, but below that surface is an immense amount of coordination that ensures the unit’s efficiency and effectiveness. This is where Isaac Koh, 25, comes in.

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#TeamClaire: Top cops of Genting

BUSTING bad guys, rescuing citizens in distress, and swaggering around with firearms are all part of being a cop – according to the movies at least. To dispel some of those myths, we interviewed members of the Resort World Genting (RWG) auxiliary police about their lives and work.

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#TeamSatpal: Canines in action

THE idea of having a K9 unit at Resorts World Genting (RWG) dates back to 1970 when security guard Jerry Newton was on his nightly round with Nero, his pet German Shepherd.

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Malaysia’s blind footballers down but not out

The Malaysian blind football team’s defeat at the IBSA Blind Football Asian Championships was a major setback, but they are determined to make Malaysia proud again.

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