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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First stop, Genting!

BRATs 2017 is here, and we’re taking things to new heights – literally.

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Responsible adulting

Chinese New Year is the season of family, togetherness and stepping up, says our columnist.

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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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Journalist for life

Star reporter Nicholas Cheng talks about how the BRATs young journalist programme shaped his career.

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Grooving to old beats

Thanks to a few passionate young musicians, traditional music is getting a new lease of life.

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Vaping isn’t helping

E-cigarettes, or vapes, have not contributed to a decrease in teenage smoking, says studies.

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Malaysian webcomic commentary

Social media has made it possible for Malaysian webcomic artists to try and change the world – one strip at a time.

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BRATs through the years

Over the past 24 years, BRATs has been churning out responsible teen journalists through its tri-annual journalism workshops.

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Risking life and limb

Illegal and sometimes fatal, rooftopping has nonetheless struck a chord among the youth – and here’s why.

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