Changing mindsets through education

XI used to be an angry child. He would come to class grumpy and could not tolerate criticism. At one time, when another student laughed at his work, he become aggressive, shouted at the boy and wanted to punch him.

That was five years ago. Today, the 18-year-old is a calm and polite lad. All he needed, it seemed, was support and guidance. And he got that through Yayasan Generasi Gemilang (GG).

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