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PETALING JAYA: Seven Malaysian youth made it to Forbes' "30 under 30 Asia" Class of 2021 for being recognised as part of Asia’s top 300 trailblazers and entrepreneurs.
Young, hopeful and discerning Malaysian youth say that political education is a must
Young people are taking the bull by the horns and actively partaking in societal issues.
PENANG is organising the first Penang Women’s Assembly 2020 to equip women with leadership skills and expose them to the process of the state legislative assembly.
PETALING JAYA: Despite showing resilience in adapting to the rapidly changing and turbulent times, Malaysian youth need to keep adjusting quickly or face difficulties in an environment with a global recession, said youth leaders.
Their whole lives were ahead of them. But the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the plans of Malaysia’s Generation-Z, as economies reset and job losses mount. Nothing will ever be the same again. The future looks bleak, but will Gen-Z weather the storm? The Star talks to experts for insights.
A DOMESTIC weekend getaway to rehabilitate constitutions and provide fresh inspiration (incidentally in the parliamentary constituency of the fourth and seventh Prime Minister) unavoidably included much discussion about threats to the national constitution and the aspirations of particular individuals (especially those surrounding the eighth Prime Minister and those vying to be the ninth and 10th).