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by christine cheah
Nick Vujicic at the KLIA arrival hall on Aug 27, 2013. - IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/The Star
SEPANG: Renowned motivational speaker Nick Vujicic, 30, is back in the country to inspire Malaysians once again.
Born with tetra-amelia syndrome, which left him without limbs, Vujicic was last in Malaysia in May earlier this year.
The Star's R.AGE collaborated with StART Society to bring Vujicic back to Malaysia to speak on the challenges he has faced and how he eventually found meaning in his life.
Although it was his second time in Malaysia in the space of a few months, Vujicic was elated to be back.
"It's great to be back to Malaysia and I'm excited to see you guys again!" he quipped when he was approached by R.AGE at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport late last night.
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