Staying at home for your own good

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Let’s be honest — after Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced the commencement of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18 due to the spike of Covid-19 cases, the next thought that comes into mind would be what you...

No shortage of time

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Malaysia is another country not spared from the Covid-19 pandemic, the spread of which is being fought against the backdrop of a movement control order (MCO), imposed since 18 March and just recently extended to 14 April 2020. Hence, Malaysians have,...

Thrusted to the front lines

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In light of recent events, food businesses have gone online and in the cities, most people have relied on food delivery services. With only limited movements allowed in the country, delivery riders are here to help us keep going.

Deborah Henry – Beauty with a Golden Heart

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Malaysian Deborah Henry is said to be ‘Beauty with a Golden Heart’ as she advocates on children’s rights for World Vision and refugee rights for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Through her voice, she blazes a path to empower...

Life as a Caregiver

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According to definitions, a caregiver is a person giving daily physical care and emotional support of someone who can no longer care for them self due to illness, injury or disability. Caregiving is most commonly used to address impairments related to...

Meet the belle of Selangor Wholesale Market

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By Sakini Mohd Said KUALA LUMPUR: Above the din and bustle of the Selangor Wholesale Market in Seri Kembangan, one woman stands out. Dressed stylishly in a black hijab and matching long top, short cardigan and long pants and sporting a pair...

Queen Of The World International Malaysia 2020

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(From left) Diana Alin, Grace Toh, Joanna Martin, Bonnie Tan, Nority Bujeng and Siti Nooraimie Ahli. Pageant competitions often serve as a platform to advocate on social issues. Pageants often produce influencers of the decade —...

A third chance at life

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It was in 2011 that Stephanie Goh heard that a close friend of hers was diagnosed with breast cancer. That was when she came with the idea of going for a check-up herself. She added that at the...

National Craft Day at Karyaneka

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Carved motifs on display in an exhibition featuring wood carvings. Karyaneka, as the name implies, is very much a marketplace of arts and crafts that offers one the opportunity to purchase not only conventional souvenirs and fashion...

Fighting for equality

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Unbeknownst to some, education in undeveloped and war-torn countries is a luxury, especially to its female population. Therefore, social activist Shazia Ramzan, 22 and Kainat Riaz, 23 made it a point to fight for education rights for the girls in Pakistan.