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As the president of youth advocacy group Challenger Malaysia, Jean Vaneisha Ravindran hopes not only to empower young people to speak out but to create spaces for them to be heard.
Thousands of simple black pellets containing acacia seeds, known as seedballs, are being scattered across the country's forests – razed for pasture, crops and charcoal – in efforts to regenerate them.
Human rights activist Firdaus Husni has made it her life's mission to show Malaysians how important it is for everyone to know, pProtect and defend the Federal Constitution which protects the rights of everyone, women, children and all vulnerable groups in society too.
Malaysia certainly has no shortage of beautiful waterfalls that make for wonderful Instagram backdrops. There are over 100 known waterfalls in the country, and many of them offer a refreshing swim or a picturesque picnic spot for the family.
Priscilla Ong was diagnosed with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome when she was a teen. The debilitating condition meant she spent much of her adolescence in hospital. She started Project Healing Pain to help others go through their journey.
The saying “it’s the journey, not the destination” holds true for some travellers. And being at the airport is one of the best parts of their holiday.
Low-cost carriers could help lead post-pandemic tourism recovery and help grow demand for travel.
The qualities that we can learn through practising yoga are also useful for navigating through the pandemic successfully.
No green light for theatre stages to reopen, leaving performing arts scene in dire straits yet again
For better or worse, the modelling industry here in Malaysia has proven its resilience in weathering the changes brought about by a global health crisis.