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The rebel educator who seeks to enlighten people

MALAYSIANS KINI | ZF Zamir talks education, book bans and his ongoing initiatives.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

Lighting the way for neglected girls

MALAYSIANS KINI | Rajini Saudranrajan talks about instilling meaning in those who have given up.
  Vinodh Pillai

Rendering aid to the Rohingya through education

MALAYSIANS KINI | Tengku Emma Zuriana explains why she set up a foundation to help Rohingya refugees go to school.
  Vinodh Pillai

Bringing a ray of hope for refugee children

MALAYSIANS KINI | A law graduate's humble street outreach makes a difference.
  Susan Loone

M’sia's first woman BRT captain drives her way to top

MALAYSIANS KINI | Tuty Sofia shakes off stereotypes to follow her passion for driving buses.
  Vinodh Pillai

‘Tunku gave us strength to fight for women’s rights’

MALAYSIANS KINI | Veteran rights pioneer Rasammah Bhupalan relives the first PM's support for gender equality.
  Geraldine Tong

From a Burmese prison to Tunku's home

MALAYSIANS KINI | Photojournalist Kim Gooi retraces the perilous path that led to Tunku giving him a second shot at life.
  Susan Loone

Of Tunku and the beautiful game

MALAYSIANS KINI | Famed football manager Peter Velappan recalls M'sia's first PM's passion for the sport.
  Geraldine Tong & Vinodh Pillai

The real Orked remembers sister Yasmin's life and career

MALAYSIANS KINI | Meet the real-life inspiration behind the character Orked in Yasmin Ahmad’s films.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

Leaving office comforts to fill hungry stomachs

MALAYSIANS KINI | Justin Cheah shares why he quit banking to work with Kechara Soup Kitchen.
  Vinodh Pillai

Reformed convict gives back to society

MALAYSIANS KINI | Former prisoner A Muraly now runs an NGO helping the poor and disabled.
  V Shuman

Embracing neurodiversity through music therapy

MALAYSIANS KINI | Music therapist Low Ming Yuan empowers autistic people through the arts.
  Koh Aun Qi

Bid to save a family’s century-old home

MALAYSIANS KINI | Jimmy Sidhu races against the clock to save his family home in Rawang.
  Vinodh Pillai

The power couple sparking new directions in music and culture

MALAYSIANS KINI | Singer Takahara Suiko and online celeb Anwar Hadi talk lyrics, lame jokes and love.
  Annabelle Lee & Vinodh Pillai

'Legendary Princesses' illustrator fights to grow kids' books market

MALAYSIANS KINI | Self-taught artist Emila Yusof shares her inspirations and challenges drawing for children's books.
  Alyaa Alhadjri

'Mad' man with mad followers, and mad dreams

MALAYSIANS KINI | Kuan Chee Heng is known for his 10-sen market, ambulance, taxi... and now the RM1 house.
  Geraldine Tong

Meet Malaysia’s prolific HIV/AIDS campaigner

MALAYSIANS KINI | Dr Adeeba’s penchant for 'fixing systems' has led her on a 25-year journey in HIV/AIDS work.
  Annabelle Lee

Princess of refugees off to meet the Queen

MALAYSIANS KINI | Student Heidy Quah tells how she ended up with Elizabeth II’s Young Leaders Award.
  Annabelle Lee

Meet Firdaus Hairi, the blind al-hafiz imam

MALAYSIANS KINI | He wants to share his knowledge and challenge misconceptions about the blind.
  Shakira Buang

Living his dream as a bicycle messenger

MALAYSIANS KINI | Jordi Arip hopes more M'sians will swap their vehicles for bicycles.
  Zikri Kamarulzaman

Half a century of social service - Aegile Fernandez's journey

Aegile Fernandez, who spent 52 years working with vulnerable communities, says Malaysia has come a long way in understanding worker's rights.
  Annabelle Lee

War has no victors, says last surviving WWII vet

MALAYSIANS KINI | James Jeremiah, 93, is the last of those who had fought the Japanese invasion of Malaya as a  Commonwealth soldier.
  Susan Loone

The one-man Malay literature archive

MALAYSIANS KINI | Nazir Harith Fadzilah is on a mission to preserve Malay books.
  Annabelle Lee

The last of generations of storytellers

MALAYSIANS KINI | With no protege, Ramli Mahmud may be the last in the long line of traditional storytellers called the Awang Batil.
  Jimadie Shah Othman

The man who built the house of forbidden laughs

MALAYSIANS KINI | The Crackhouse Comedy Club is the home of standup comedy in M’sia.
  Zikri Kamarulzaman

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
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