Hope for trafficked student victims


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  • Thursday, 17 Aug 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Tunku Abdul Rahman University College’s (TAR UC) mission has always been open to helping the less privileged receive higher education and that is what it hopes to do now for student trafficking victims.

TAR UC president Datuk Dr Tan Chik Heok said it would “gladly open its doors” to foreign students who were cheated and trafficked to Malaysia.

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