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Marching to the beat of her own drum

MALAYSIANSKINI | Uncowed, unfazed by authority and power, Zainah Anwar is still tilting at patriarchal windmills, still storming the gates of entrenched small minds resistant to change.

by Thor Kah Hoong
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Shaq Koyok only paints Orang Asli subjects - with good reason

MALAYSIANSKINI | "I want to represent the Orang Asli in my work so people would see us. We want to be included, not excluded."

by Annabelle Lee
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When a friendly ear makes all the difference

MALAYSIANSKINI | The Community Listening Project offers members of the public a chance to talk about their problems.

by Faisal Asyraf & Kantaro Komiya
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Capturing the secrets of the wildlife world

MALAYSIANSKINI | Sanjitpaal Singh spends half his life in our jungles just waiting for the split second when that perfect shot materialises.

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Teacher Sam flies off to the US, vows to be back

MALAYSIANSKINI | Samuel Isaiah has promised to return and continue his groundbreaking work with Orang Asli children.

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The video journalist helping Orang Asli save their lands

MALAYSIANSKINI | Jules Rahman Ong believes journalists should shine a light on injustices faced by the marginalised.

by Annabelle Lee
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Making games Malaysians can be proud of

MALAYSIANSKINI | Wan Hazmer and Daim Dziauddin tap into local culture and talent to create original video games.

by Elena Kua
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'This is not poverty tourism': Helping KL's homeless find their strengths

MALAYSIANSKINI | Unseen Tours KL is about giving street people the chance to make a living, says founder.

by Zikri Kamarulzaman
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The Malaysian giving cancer patients a lifeline

MALAYSIANSKINI | Ong Mei Ching has dedicated the past 14 years helping patients live a fulfilling life.

by Annabelle Lee
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Human rights activist's journey through two eras of Dr M

MALAYSIANSKINI | Bersih executive director Yap Swee Seng considers his front row seats watching M’sia's democracy grow up.

by Cheong Wey Jin
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From mayor of Penang to ‘Mayor of the World’

MALAYSIANSKINI | At the UN, Maimunah Mohd Sharif promotes turning cities into inclusive spaces for home, work and play.

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Patriot’s Arshad defends country by speaking out against corruption

MALAYSIANSKINI | 'When you see all this corruption happening, you feel betrayed,' he says.

by Annabelle Lee
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Why Nasa scientist Amani chose M’sia over the stars

This article was amended on Nov 27, 2019 following clarifications from Dr Amani. MALAYSIANSKINI | In April 2014, a young scientist by the name of Dr Wan Wardatul Amani Wan Salim became the first Malaysian to launch a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) satellite to space...

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Working hard to revitalise country’s traditional arts

MALAYSIANS KINI | Indifference to heritage comes from misperception of what culture is, says Pauline Fan.

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Young inventor shows road to success isn’t paved with roses

MALAYSIANS KINI | Award-winning engineering student Nurul Husna encourages youths to be resilient.

by Alyaa Azhar
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Medic grad finds her calling at the Syrian refugee frontlines

MALAYSIANS KINI | 26-year-old Nadirah Babji pays her way to serve vulnerable communities around the world. 

by Hannatul Alia & Annabelle Lee
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