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The Sultan of Johor’s laundryman

Meet the couple behind Kedai Dobi Shanghai, a true treasure of Malaysian culture and heritage in Johor Baru’s historic Jalan Tan Hiok Nee.

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Casabrina, BRATs, Raub

Casabrina, the SIX-star resort venue for BRATs 2015

For our first BRATs young journalist camp of 2015, we’ll be staying at the insanely beautiful Casabrina Villas in Raub, Pahang.

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Guide to Seoul, South Korea – R.AGE style

Here’s a guide to Seoul, South Korea for the things they don’t commonly tell you to do – but is awesome anyway!

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R.AGE in New York

Our reporter Lim May Lee heads to New York City to cover the Alexander Wang x H&M fashion show, and to check out what NYC has to offer – on a budget!

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Malacca’s trishaw conundrum

Some think they’re loud and garish, others think they’re important for tourism. What do you think?

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The magical history tour

Here are some of the best stories our BRATs teen journalists found during our four-day camp in Malacca.

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Blast from the past

The BRATs went on a jaunt around Malacca’s Jonker Street to uncover its hidden heritage and lesser-told stories.

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Heeren’s hidden heritage

It’s one of malacca’s lesser-known tourist attractions, but it’s also one of its most historic.

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Five things we learnt about Cheng Ho

Admiral Cheng Ho is a famous figure in Malaccan history. Find out what are the interesting facts we learnt about him in the BRATs Malacca 2014 camp!

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Back in time

One man’s quest to rejuvenate the Cheng Ho Tea House has resulted in a brand new cultural and historical experience.

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