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Malaysian cabbie Gan See Kiet helps the sick, the blind and the elderly by waiving their fares and goes out of his way to make sure he drives them to their destination.
After her divorce, Zarina Zainuddin decided to volunteer in a soup kitchen. She found it so fulfilling that she got her children to volunteer too. For the past five years, the family have found that doing good has been good for them.
We’re picking up trash, we’re trying for zero waste, we’re sharing food instead of throwing it away ... are Malaysians finally getting serious about dealing with the mountains of trash we generate?
Datuk Dr Arunan Selvaraj is an amazing personality who has done well in life and continues to inspire all who get to know him. Considered to be one of Malaysia's best family and divorce lawyers, his practice is thriving
Newly-minted Lions Club International District 308 B1 District Governor Michelle Mok is geared up to lending a helping hand towards charitable causes.
Devi Pillai has a hundred reasons to smile as she celebrates turning 100 with family and friends at a birthday party to honour her life.
Two couples who are passionate about travelling talk about discovering new destinations and trying out unique experiences. A holiday is always better when it is shared with people you love.
Diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was young, Stephen Chow is the founder of the Taiping Community Service Society and has been serving the less fortunate for over two decades.
Prof Rohan Rajan and his medical team aim to provide sustainable, long-term benefits to the poor in Nepal, and not simply parachute in when help is needed. This ensures that Nepal will eventually become less reliant on charity and stand on its own two feet.