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Unity through fun

NIKI CHEONG alltherage@thestar.com.my LAST weekend, about 200 people came together at Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur for a picnic under the shady trees, all dressed in the colours of the Jalur Gemilang. The event – “Saya Mahu Picnic” – was organised by bizarre participatory arts group RandomAlphabets (RA) in just four days as a response […]

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Social startups

By CHRISTINE CHEAH alltherage@thestar.com.my We all know that social initiatives – community projects, social enterprises, non-profit organisations, charities, etc. – are all the rage among young Malaysians right now. From the Genovasi Challenge to DiGi’s Challenge for Change, competitions offering grants to these social initiatives seem to be popping up all over the place. Just […]

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More Than Votes

By MELLY LING alltherage@thestar.com.my IT was reported last month that among the 13.34 million Malaysians currently registered as voters, 2.3 million are new to the list, and most of them are young people. Great news, of course. The youth are taking the future of their country into their own hands, exercising their civic duty and […]

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Sarong fun

Kuala Lumpur was invaded by a mass of people donning the sarong in every creative manner last weekend, in a movement called Keretapi Sarong. The flashmob, organised by Random Alphabets, started at the KL Sentral train station and saw about 500 people from all walks of life joining in. Everyone sang and danced to live […]

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No pants, just sarong

THERE was a time when “sarong” was the go-to outfit for many folks before it was ditched for pants, skirts and worse, the uncomfortably tight skinny jeans. Now, the time has come for everyone to make a statement. A fashion statement. RandomAlphabets (RA) is inviting you to drop your pants and pull up a sarong […]

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Fight for fun

By ZAIN HD LAST Saturday afternoon, 10 gun-wielding persons stormed a traffic jam on Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, and engaged in a quick 30-second battle. Their arsenal of choice – water guns. I watched the battle unfold merely metres away, and was glad I was part of the team behind the latest RandomAlphabets […]

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Gleeks of Malaysia united!

If you were at The Gardens shopping centre yesterday, you have been all Gleeked out!

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