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AROUND the end of 2014, 26-year-old visualiser Lim Sheng Feiyan felt there was too much negativity in Malaysia that was spreading like cancer.

“There were devastating occurrences one after another, it felt like we’ve been through far too much. Many Malaysians used social media as a platform to rant,” said Lim, fondly known as Faye.

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Opinion , Philip Golingai , columnist

   

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