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THE BRATs Year-End camp is finally upon us! And you can catch all of the action live on the BRATs social media accounts and website (rage.com.my/brats) as a group of BRATs alumni take on Langkawi tomorrow.

As journalists, it’s part of their training to do some social media work. And with fun-filled assignments at the iconic SkyBridge, Skytrex Adventure Park, and replanting mangrove trees along Kilim River, you can bet they’ll have loads of interesting stories, pictures and videos to share.

The participants, who will be staying at the grand five-star Berjaya Langkawi Resort, will be blogging about their BRATs experience so you’ll get an idea of what it’s like to be at a BRATs camp – and hopefully be interested to join us next year! =P

At the workshop, they will also learn more about what it takes to be a R.AGE journalist so there’ll be a series of workshops on clearing stories, page planning and uploading stories onto the website.

On top of that, participants are required to brainstorm on potential story ideas and plan activities for the BRATs programme next year.

They will start blogging throughout the camp, from Dec 2-5, so make sure you follow them on social media and the website!

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