Bangladeshi community lauds R.AGE series


KUALA LUMPUR: It’s about time someone spoke up about student trafficking, the Bangladeshi community said.

“All of us appreciate that R.AGE took this step to show what many Bangladeshi students go through,” said Bangladeshi Student Union Malaysia president Mohammad Ziaur Rahman Zia about the The Star’s R.AGE team’s Student/Trafficked documentary series.

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