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LAST week, we published a collection of the BRATs’ articles about the awesome stuff that happened at the BRATs Raub young journalist camp.

This week, you get to watch their videos!

Amanda Yap, one of the participants of BRATs Raub, doing the stand-upper for #TeamIan's video.

Amanda Yap, one of the participants of BRATs Raub, doing the stand-upper for #TeamIan’s video.

That’s right, each team shot and produced videos about their adventures in Raub, where they didn’t just learn about journalism but also grasped the ins and outs of photojournalism AND videojournalism as well.

From sweeping panoramas of the luxurious Casabrina Vacation Villas resort, to the elephants at the National Elephant Conservation Centre in Kuala Gandah, the BRATs’ videos are (almost) as fun as they are!

A video taken by one of the BRATs highlights the elephants' eating habits and their fondness for juicy sugarcanes!

A video taken by one of the BRATs highlights the elephants’ eating habits and their fondness for juicy sugarcanes!

We were pretty impressed with the video editing standards at this BRATs camp too.

And we’re sure you will be too!

The elephants at the sanctuary were a favourite highlight of many of the BRATs’ videos, and given how adorable these mammoth creatures are, it’s not hard to see why.

The elephants at the sanctuary were a favourite highlight of many of the BRATs’ videos, and given how adorable these mammoth creatures are, it’s not hard to see why.

After all, these are 16-19 year olds we’re talking about.

We foresee some serious videojournalists coming from this batch.

The jungle surrounding Casabrina Vacation Villas offered panoramic views of the thick greens, making it the perfect subject for a video.

The jungle surrounding Casabrina Vacation Villas offered panoramic views of the thick greens, making it the perfect subject for a video.

Also, check out the hilarious video of the camp itself, by #TeamKenneth’s BRATs’ senior Clarissa Say.

There are also exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of what goes on at a BRATs camp.

If you’ve ever wondered what BRATs is like, wonder no more!

To watch the videos, click here.

About

Literature grad-turned-journalist who loves our R.AGE team karaoke nights a little too much. While her literature background has left her with a slightly twisted sense of humour, it has also given her a passion for writing on social issues.

Tell us what you think!

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