Starchild: Malaysian children have a unique sense of fashion and style


Jodie Tan Li Juen, 12

After school, most children like to wear a T-shirt and shorts or pants at home. Some children don’t mind wearing hand-me-downs, while others dislike the idea.

Starchild readers tell us that they like to wear their favourite clothes and shoes when they go out. Some of you want T-shirts with cartoons.

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