Dealing with the science of life

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  • Sunday, 19 Jan 2014

SOLS-BMF Borneo Youth Development Centre trainee Alton Gampar helping his peers during an English language lesson.

A MONTH-long trip to Cambodia was the deciding factor that led Raj Ridvan Singh, 30, to pursue the path of humanity and social work when he was just a teen.

It was also the route he would take when embarking on a career.

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