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Nur Amiratul Farahin Ab Rahman is aiming for a gold medal at this international event for persons with disabilities.
NATIONAL water skier Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah has set her sights on a psychology degree and the 18-year-old is on her way to obtaining it.
Employees can be compensated for any occupational injuries or illnesses acquired while working.
Here's how to support the deaf and bridge the gap between the hearing and non-hearing communities.
Cafe manager Renik Jayanasen Fair liaises with deaf workers to improve his communication skills with his deaf wife.
It is that time of the year where we reflect what this special day means to all of us. Historically speaking, Merdeka comes from the Sanskrit word ‘maharddhika’, which means ‘rich, prosperous and powerful’. Numerous interviews are conducted yearly to understand what Merdeka means to Malaysians. It can generally be summarised as ‘freedom through love and unity of our nation’.
Hong Kong mum’s anger turns into mission to end prejudice, after autistic son is barred from using disabled toilet
New charity hands out stickers with message urging compassion towards those with special needsParents of special needs children say people often stare, yell at them when kids act up in public
ESF sees record number of perfect scorers in IB exams, including student one step closer to doctor dream
Royce Leung, who has had a hearing impairment since he was 6, hopes to become an orthopaedistHe is among 46 perfect scorers across the seven secondary schools of the English Schools Foundation
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Another vaccination centre (PPV) specifically for persons with disabilities (PwD) will be opened in Bangi next week, said Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Rina Mohd Harun.