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Unicef supports the Malaysian government's decision to reopen schools in March, but says that there must be a proper framework to keep the students and teachers safe.
This is to honour Koo and Hu Ge for their individual contributions to education and the environment.
Research shows that the psychological effect of a harsh scolding is similar to that of physically punishing a child.
In a latest interview, Halima Aden speaks up about why she decided to step away from fashion. She has been celebrated in the past for breaking barriers as a model.
The Sign for Malaysia founder aims to highlight challenges faced by the deaf community, including the lack of knowledge of sign language by society in general.
The Catholic-majority country has one of the lowest ages of consent in the world, allowing adults to legally have sex with children as young as 12 if they agree.
The pandemic has exposed and exacerbated health inequity in society that needs to be addressed.
Hartina Bulating Arssid's aim is that teaching English to marginalised children in Sabah will help equip them to build a better life for themselves.
One of the biggest issues children in Malaysia have with online learning is poor Internet access or the lack of devices in a household.