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'Growing Up In KL: 10 Years Of The Bangsar Boy' read by Niki Cheong

Sociocultural advocate Niki Cheong reads a chapter from his book 'Growing Up In KL', a compilation of articles from his newspaper column 'The Bangsar Boy',

Persistent pursuit of lost items

Perseverance paid off on several occasions throughout the years.

Trust kids enough to empower them

Bangsar Boy - By Niki Cheong
It is heartening to watch the joy in children when they get the right kind of attention.

Mum‘s love the best medicine

Bangsar Boy - By Niki Cheong Memories of mother‘s care and attention come flooding back on a ‘sick‘ weekend

Making the most of life

Bangsar Boy - By Niki Cheong WHEN my friend Pia passed away in early 2013, I kicked myself for weeks because I was meant to catch up with her just a couple of months before that, but fell ill. I asked her if we could postpone, but I never followed up on it, and soon it was too late.

Standing up for women’s rights

LAST week, millions of people around the world marked International Women’s Day, while in Malaysia, a modest number attended #WomensMarchKL.

Redefining what it takes to be a man

Bangsar Boy - By Niki Cheong
I REMEMBER begging my teachers to let me out of school early. I just needed five minutes, I’d tell them, so that I could catch the earlier bus. Just five minutes.

When movie-watching was an outing

Exploring the different cinemas in Nottingham sparks memories of pre-cineplex days.

Taking a stand even when it‘s not our business

Bangsar Boy - by Niki Cheong LAST year, I was having a conversation with two other Malaysians living in Nottingham about our right as Common-wealth citizens to vote during the EU referendum, better known as the Brexit vote, in Britain.

Honouring tradition away from home

I HAVE barely formed the habit of writing out 2017 (instead of 2016) when I date things, but yet another new year is already upon us. Next week, we bid farewell to the Year of the Monkey and welcome the rooster.