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Meet the couple behind Kedai Dobi Shanghai, a true treasure of Malaysian culture and heritage in Johor Baru’s historic Jalan Tan Hiok Nee.
For our first BRATs young journalist camp of 2015, we’ll be staying at the insanely beautiful Casabrina Villas in Raub, Pahang.
Here’s a guide to Seoul, South Korea for the things they don’t commonly tell you to do – but is awesome anyway!
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!
Some think they’re loud and garish, others think they’re important for tourism. What do you think?
Here are some of the best stories our BRATs teen journalists found during our four-day camp in Malacca.
The BRATs went on a jaunt around Malacca’s Jonker Street to uncover its hidden heritage and lesser-told stories.
It’s one of malacca’s lesser-known tourist attractions, but it’s also one of its most historic.
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!
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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