Double win for R.AGE at journalism awards in Hong Kong


PETALING JAYA: The R.AGE investigative journalism team did Malaysia proud as its projects on female circumcision and refugee rights were both recognised at the SOPA Awards, a prestigious international award presented annually in Hong Kong.

The Hidden Cut and Refugees No More - both original R.AGE documentary projects - received awards for “Excellence in Reporting on Women’s Issues” and “Excellence in Journalistic Innovation” respectively.

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