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Sarawak’s sape travels across the South China Sea

MALAYSIANS KINI | The KL Sape Collective wants to spread S'wakian traditional music to the city.
  Annabelle Lee

Dudu De Doodle - an artist's path to fame and fortune

MALAYSIANS KINI | He tried selling his art once, no one wanted it. Now brands are lining up to get him on board.
  Geraldine Tong

Art for the people - Manjat's work transcends controversy

MALAYSIANS KINI | Jerome Manjat's woodcuts were censored, but the story doesn’t end there.
  Annabelle Lee

M'sia's first blind lawyer not losing sight of importance of education

MALAYSIANS KINI | Mah Hassan says education is the key to assist people with disabilities.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

One computer prodigy’s path to activism

MALAYSIANS KINI | Khairil Yusof’s Sinar Project promotes civic technologies in Malaysia.
  Koh Jun Lin

Ostracised, yet young animal lover risks all to rescue animals

MALAYSIANS KINI | Malaccan Norashikin Ahmad, 24, has been rescuing dogs and cats since 2014.
  Annabelle Lee

How a self-taught historian learnt the past through headstones

MALAYSIANS KINI | A chat with an elder led school dropout Lee Eng Kew to be a historian and folklorist, recognised locally and abroad.
  Kow Gah Chie

Ballerina loses sight, but gains new vision through her foundation

MALAYSIANS KINI | Survivor of a rare genetic disease, Foong is building a foundation to empower fellow sufferers to extend their own lives.
  Annabelle Lee

Retired army officer relives hostage memories to inspire others

MALAYSIANS KINI | Despite the trauma, Ganase Jaganathan gives talks on his days as a captive in Sierra Leone.
  Harith Najmuddin

Doctor bids to destigmatise mental illness

MALAYSIANS KINI | Dr Chua Sook Ning forms NGO to bring this issue to the mainstream.
  Geraldine Tong

Transgender models make more than a fashion statement

MALAYSIANS KINI | A socially-conscious brand seeks out transgender models to send a message of empowerment.
  Alyaa Azhar

Meet the Mah Meri women breaking Orang Asli stereotypes

MALAYSIANS KINI | They have never met an educated Orang Asli, although there are many of us, says Diana Uju.
  Harith Najmuddin & Zikri Kamarulzaman

Passion in combustion - meet Faizal Reza

MALAYSIANS KINI | A bike builder and customiser whose passion rolls on two wheels.
  RK Anand

The ‘Puan Sri’ who fights for the environment

MALAYSIANS KINI | 'Since young I’ve always loved mother nature,’ says Shariffa Sabrina Syed Akil.
  Yeong Hui Min

I’m no freak, says ‘outsider artist’ Rahmat Haron

MALAYSIANS KINI | He is one example why we should never judge a book by its cover.
  Alyaa Azhar

The real 'Tauke' of Malaysian football

MALAYSIANS KINI | From football to politics, legend Soh Chin Aun has done it all.
  Ariv Chelvam and Zikri Kamarulzaman

Zunar - the makings of Malaysia’s most dangerous cartoonist

MALAYSIANS KINI | How a boy from Pendang, Kedah became the most notorious Malaysian political cartoonist of our time.
  Yap Jia Hee

The Best of Malaysians Kini 2016

MALAYSIANS KINI | Here's our pick of the best 10 interviews with Malaysians you should know.
  Malaysians Kini

Gerai OA empowering Orang Asli women through craft

MALAYSIANS KINI | Reita Rahim is one of the core volunteer of Gerai OA
  Harith Najmuddin & Zikri Kamarulzaman

How four teens cook up a solution to food wastage

MALAYSIANS KINI | Robin Food is a mobile app that connects food surplus to NGOs feeding the homeless.
  Geraldine Tong

Man on mission to get more brethren into gender causes

MALAYSIANS KINI | Yu Ren Chung says women sparked his interest in gender equality.
  Geraldine Tong

Organic farmer now lighting up Borneo's interiors

MALAYSIANS KINI | BK Ong does what gov'ts can't seem to do - bring basic amenities to rural areas.
  Geraldine Tong

Meet Bersih's unofficial sidekick, the Bersih Kid

MALAYSIANS KINI | A teen spreads the message of tolerance, unity as he serves breakfast at SS2 market.
  Geraldine Tong

A crusader in crutches has ‘hunger’ for Bersih 5

MALAYSIANS KINI | Meet Isaiah Jacob, who goes on a hunger strike today in his fifth Bersih struggle.
  Alyaa Azhar

Activist helps fellow Orang Ulu on rocky road to get MyKads

MALAYSIANS KINI | Mujan Jok urges politicians to aid 20,000 Orang Ulu get their MyKads.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

A doctor’s hearing loss spurs a health plan for the poor

MALAYSIANS KINI | Dr Lutfi shares his story after winning UN recognition for his work in Cambodia.
  Koh Jun Lin

Tackling medical myths in Malaysia

MALAYSIANS KINI | Among those working behind the scenes is Dr Ahmad Firdaus Mohd Haris.
  Koh Jun Lin

Rescuing memories of the Sungai Buloh leprosy settlement

MALAYSIANS KINI | Tan Ean Nee is racing against time to record the memories of the aging residents there.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

Aida Redza dances to connect with communities

MALAYSIANS KINI | For Aida, every outdoor area is her stage, everyone has a story to tell.
  Susan Loone

The brains and brawn behind M’sia’s pro wrestling scene

MALAYSIANS KINI | For Shaukat, pro wrestling is more than just sports entertainment.
  Goh Cia Yee
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