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Walking the talk at #AnakAnakMalaysia

BATU KAWAN: Patriotism and unity were the order of the day at the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk Penang 2017 which drew a 12,000-strong crowd despite the massive storm that hit the state just the day before.

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Para Games torch greeted with fanfare

KUALA LUMPUR: The spirited Malaysian contingent belted out Gemuruh Jiwa loudly during the arrival of the Asean Para Games torch, waving their hands, wearing the red #AnakAnakMalaysia wristbands, when the music suddenly stopped after the first few lines.

M’sia still close to their hearts

PETALING JAYA: For Malay­sians overseas, being away from their tanahair only makes the heart grow fonder for home sweet home.

Flag pride: Ameer and his wife Dr Siti Hawa proudly flying the Malaysian flag in Wanaka, New Zealand.

Over 6,000 M’sians turn out to celebrate diversity

SHAH ALAM: From royalty, captains of industry, celebrities and indigenous folk to people in general, Malaysians of all ages, creeds and colour rose early to come to­­gether in a celebration of unity during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017.

Walking the talk: Participants getting set to be flagged off for the unity walk by Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah .
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‘Mr Durian’ turns many heads with fruity get-up

SHAH ALAM: With his durian hat and durian-skin bow tie, Lee Chee Kwang was an instant celebrity at the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017.

Spiky charm: Lee posing for a photo with CIMB Foundation CEO Datuk Hamidah Naziadin (right).
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Sabahans and Sarawakians don traditional garb in show of diversity

SHAH ALAM: Participants from Sabah and Sarawak, clad in a bright array of traditional costumes, were a walking showcase of how the country’s unique diversity bonds people of all races at the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017.

A walk to remember: Sarawakians and Sabahans wearing their traditional costumes in support of the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk at Dataran Kemerdekaan Shah Alam.

United in their love for Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: There’s no place like home, no matter how far they roam.

All for one: Eco World International staff in Sydney, Australia, showing their support for the AnakAnakMalaysia campaign.

Representing Suluk folk

Sandakan-born Ibrahim Ivan Omar is on a mission to rally as many Suluk as possible to walk in tomorrow’s #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017.

Ibrahim (right) with his friends from the Suluk community will take part in the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017 in their traditional attire to highlight their culture.

Paving the way for harmony

JOHOR BARU: University student Anis Syakirah wants to see an end to the posting of racist remarks on social media.

Photo Gallery: #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2017 - part 5

Photos sent in by Malaysians from near and far.

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