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Six years ago, in January 2015, I wrote about the unprecedented floods that happened in Kelantan. Then working with the Ministry of Education, we took part in relief efforts at various affected schools being carried out by teachers, university lecturers, and students from schools, polytechnics, community colleges and universities. (You can read it here: www.thestar.com.my/opinion/online-exclusive/whats-your-status/2015/01/08/kelantan-floods).
When faced with mental, financial or physical stress, Malaysians are able to rise above – with a little help.
#KitaJagaKita has evolved into a rallying call to each and every Malaysian and during a recent catch-up, advocate-extraordinaire Syed Azmi Alhabshi shared some insightful observations on how to help.
Reflecting on the intense year that has been, my year-end column will share some behind the scenes (#BTS) snippets of the tremendous role these bureaucrats have played in navigating Covid-19.
Young, hopeful and discerning Malaysian youth say that political education is a must
The journey of one Malaysian from Kelantan shows what is possible, given the opportunities and possibilities we have today.