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How digital marketing turned the GE14 tide

In a country where 88% of Malaysians aged 25-34 go online every day, it’s no surprise the political battle for supremacy happened on social media. Here’s how social media made Malaysian political history.

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#TeamSatpal: Taking the wheel

CAPTAIN Yogeswaran Gopal Krishnan first stumbled across what would turn out to be a lifelong passion for sailing when he accompanied his friend to work on a ship as a crew member.

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#TeamMayLee: From dreams to reality

CRUISING on a yacht with the sea breeze in his hair, Hamie Azuar Hamizan looks like he was born for the sea life.

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#TeamClaire: Plenty of opportunities at sea

DID you know that the first solar-powered boat in Malaysia was mostly built by local university students?

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#TeamSatpal: Racing to new heights

A FEAR of heights might have ended Muhammad Ziyad Muhammad Hamzah’s horse riding career before it even started, but growing up in a family of professional endurance horse trainers gave him the motivation to continue.

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#TeamMayLee: The trick rider’s tale

ABU Ubaidah Muhammad Hamzah is a showman on a horse. The 24-year-old specialises in trick riding, a special equestrian field that combines athletics, acrobatics and horse riding.

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#TeamClaire: Breeding the best

LANGKAWI is home to beautiful sandy beaches, crystal-clear water and, perhaps surprisingly, purebred Arabian horses.

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Malaysia needs sex education

by SATPAL KALER alltherage@thestar.com.my An estimated 18,000 underage girls get pregnant in Malaysia each year – and experts are saying enough is enough. Mariam*, 17, should’ve been preparing for her SPM exams when we met her in February last year. But instead, she was about six months pregnant and living in a shelter home for […]

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Desperate in Dhaka

R.AGE journalists followed the trail of student traffickers from Malaysia to Bangladesh, where they found an entire industry dedicated to trafficking.

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Lisa Surihani, social activist

Actress Lisa Surihani wants to make the world a better place, and is using her celebrity status to do so.

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