From BRATs to R.AGE: Julien Chen

Former BRATs participant Julien Chen shares his journey from camp to becoming R.AGE’s assistant producer

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The ugly side of beauty

Social media influencers are always tip-toeing an ethical minefield when it comes to sponsored content.

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Dota 2 teams make Malaysia proud

Two local Dota 2 teams are making Malaysia proud in international eSports arenas.

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BRATs out in the field

Check out some of our coolest assignments at BRATs Camps so far.

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Malaysian-made mobile horror game bags multiple awards

Local mobile game Sara Is Missing is making waves with its unique design and thrilling writing.

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Washington Journalism R.AGE

Handling the truth

In the age of post-truth, where demagoguery trumps – pun intended – facts, responsible journalism has become more important than ever.

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Laughter is the best medicine

YouTuber Anwar Hadi has some recommendations to help you laugh in a great 2017.

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Next level travel

Stay on top of your travel game in technologically-advanced Tokyo with these awesome apps.

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Talking taboo

A new documentary on paedophilia in Malaysia premieres today, and R.AGE speaks to its director and executive producer Justin Ong.

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A year in R.AGE documentaries

Our Top 12 R.AGE documentaries from the last 12 months. Bring on 2017!

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Welcome to Generation M

Meet the ‘Mipsterz’, a young, tech-savvy generation of millennial Muslims giving consumerism a halal twist.

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Baking her way from PJ to LA

Malaysian home baker Jennifer Pou has baked her way to a job with an acclaimed pastry chef in Republique bistro, Los Angeles.

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The Altimet do-gooder

Altimet is a rapper with a heart of gold – and here’s why.

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Passing the torch: WWII Freedom fighter

Having two generations of freedom-fighters and political changemakers in the family, these teens want to make their own mark, too. Their grandfather’s tales of fighting against the Japanese Occupation have inspired them.

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Kuala Lumpur at war

Former child labourer John Robson witnessed a public execution at the old Pavilion Theatre in Kuala Lumpur. It was only one of many atrocities committed throughout the Japanese Occupation.

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