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FORTY teenagers took over the halls of Parliament to speak out against bullying in schools and share policy recommendations on the issue to several lawmakers.
Teenagers hold court in Parliament, deliver anti-bully policy recommendations to Education Ministry
KELANTAN: The #StandTogether National Kindness Tour inspired the students from the east coast to embrace kindness in their mission to prevent bullying in their schools.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s first #StandTogether Kindness Concert saw Setia City Convention Centre 2 packed with people celebrating love and positivity with incredible performances by top Malaysian celebrities.
WHEN Datuk Khor Chap Jen - CEO of mega property developer SP Setia - graduated from Universiti Malaya around 40 years ago, the neighbours in his hometown pooled money together to buy a congratulatory ad in the newspaper.
It appears the most basic gesture – extending goodwill to the next person – yet astonishingly, it seems easier said than done.
PETALING JAYA: Actress Lisa Surihani credits her new parenting style - one that emphasises kindness - to the #StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign.
Malaysian rapper Airliftz hasn’t always had the easiest life. He was born with a nose missing its cartilage, and was bullied mercilessly throughout his childhood because of it.
Jin Lim, better known as Jinnyboy, is now one of Malaysia’s most successful YouTubers. But once upon a time, he was just a schoolboy having a tough time with bullies.
Social media star Arwind Kumar may be best known for his hilarious persona MakCik Roast-mah persona, but he’s deadly serious about his latest mission - creating more kindness in Malaysia.