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Winner: Wong Wai Tet

2 April 2017

Diagnosed with cancer two years ago, my sister-in-law, Yan, has completely changed her life and ours.

Winner: Wee Tong Sim

2 April 2017

My wife was in labour for 38 hours before she finally heard our little angel cry. What could WOW me more than this show of motherly will and determination?

Winner Thong Xin Lin

1 April 2017

Winner 28: It doesn’t look like Mum made a good business deal in having me.

Winner: Pratheip Kannayya

1 April 2017

Winner 27: Our nine-month-old baby was inconsolable! When his semi-conscious mother was wheeled out of the OT, she looked like death, having lost two litres of blood. But she still beckoned me to lay her baby son on her.

Hsieh likes her role in High 5 because it also allows her to play slam dunk basketball.

TV host Janet Hsieh had to fight depression to find herself again

31 March 2017

From battling depression to binge disorder eating, TV host/actress Janet Hsieh is on the path to living life to the fullest.

Former track queens (from left) Marina Chin, V. Angamah, Mumtaz Jaafar and Zaiton Othman are rooting for the Malaysian athletes at the upcoming SEA Games.

A league of their own

31 March 2017

They ruled the track for years, blazing the way for female athletes today.

1982 file photo of Mumtaz Jaafar, Saik Oik Cum, V. Angamah and R. Selvarani.

Gender is no barrier to doing well in sports

31 March 2017

The 1970s and 1980s were a historic period for women in Malaysia’s track and field story.

Tan Keat Eng has dedicated two decades to volunteering with the Selangor Cheshire Home, among others.

A bright spark

31 March 2017

An irrepressible lady and her merry band have championed the residents of the Selangor Cheshire Home for persons with disabilities for the past 20 years.

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No task is too tough for the women in AirAsia’s Infrastructure Development department

31 March 2017

At AirAsia, they believe #GirlsCanDoAnything, and that includes building their headquarters, RedQ.

Ruthira (left) handing cash aid to a person whose house was damaged during a thunderstorm in Shah Alam. Shehas been a city councillor since 2012 and even bagged the councils Best Councillor Award.

Women councillors out to make a change

31 March 2017

THERE may not be many women representatives in local authorities, but those who serve are often a driving force, with many juggling several roles effortlessly.

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