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PETALING JAYA: This Malaysia Day, a Mandarin-speaking, lion-dancing Malay teenager wants fellow Malaysians to unite, while breaking racial barriers one at a time.
THE name Ustaz Ebit Lew is probably unfamiliar to most non-Muslims in Malaysia but he has become a big name among Muslims.As Malaysians stay home during the movement control order (MCO) period, with most glued to their computers and mobile phones, one of the most followed personalities nowadays is this young religious teacher.
KUALA LUMPUR: A Malay teenager’s obsession with Wing Chun three decades ago has made him one of the few masters of the martial art style in Malaysia today.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Long before the Ip Man series of movies was filmed, an 18-year-old school-leaver in Kuala Lumpur named Kahar Saidun was immersing himself in martial arts training.
GEORGE TOWN: The Chinese New Year celebration officially ended on Feb 8 but the “party” went on with an open house organised by the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry.
IT has been 11 years since Leong Yuen Tuck graduated from Catholic High School (CHS), Petaling Jaya.
HIS experiences with the Chinese community left a good impression on SMK Vivekananda Kuala Lumpur principal A.Thangaperumal, 59, when he was growing up.
SMK Menjalara recently played host to Kuala Lumpur police chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim in a colourful event to celebrate unity in Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: It looked like any other Chinese New Year open house but the hosts were the Islamic Development Department (Jakim) and the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association (Macma) whose aim is to foster racial unity and mutual understanding.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysians from all races greeted each other before exchanging oranges and participating in various activities during the Chinese New Year celebration hosted by the Malaysian Chinese Muslim Association Penang at the Penang Youth Centre in Lebuh Acheh.