Dance for a cause

By SHARIFAH INTAN A group of teen girls in identical purple T-shirts suddenly broke into a choreographed dance to a Justin Bieber song in front of Pavilion KL. Soon, more people joined the group; boys, girls, young and old were dancing in unison to a cheering crowd. But this was no ordinary flashmob. The […]

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Leaving an [i]MPACT

By TAN JEN LI, LEE JIA JENE and TAM XUEH WEI Photos by TAN JEN LI After their successful run last year, the United Kingdom and Eire Council for Malaysian Students (UKEC) hosted their second [i]MPACT event at Publika in Solaris Dutamas, KL last weekend. The movement was back to once again inspire youths […]

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China’s lost generation

By LARA FARRAR FOR two days, Rocky had been playing video games in the tiny apartment he shares with three other men in Shanghai, a city of 23 million. He left only once, to buy food. The games “help me relax”, he said. “It helps me escape. I feel so tired.” In June, the 32-year-old […]

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Journey of charity

  By IAN YEE While most of us would feel pretty pleased with ourselves if we gave RM50 to support some poor kid in a third world country in exchange for a postcard, 28-year-old Geh Chee Minh has in the past few months raised nearly RM50,000 while risking his life. Well sort of. Driving […]

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