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R.AGE 12h
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The story behind The Chin Up Project, and refugee filmmaker Colin Laltanpuia, who filmed over 50 Chin refugees' stories.
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R.AGE 12h
Replying to @mpklang
The story behind The Chin Up Project, and refugee filmmaker Colin Laltanpuia, who filmed over 50 Chin refugees' stories.
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R.AGE Feb 19
Replying to @mpklang
Klang MP Charles Santiago () was one of the first to submit a petition on , requesting for better solutions for the Chin refugee community. Watch our conversations with the ethnic Chin refugee community and send your petition now:
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R.AGE Feb 19
Sign the petition! Call on the Malaysian government to maintain the rights of the ethnic Chin and other refugee communities:
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R.AGE Feb 14
We asked Chin refugees a simple question: "Where do you see yourself in 2020?" Watch all their answers here: Chin refugees will lose their protections on Dec 31, 2019, due to a change in UNHCR policy. Find out more at .
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R.AGE Feb 17
Over 15 years in Malaysia, Shamsul has worked with electronics, fix air conditioners, cemented floors and worked with architectural designs. He prides himself for being a fast learner. Watch his story here
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R.AGE Feb 17
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Or watch Shamsul at work on YouTube
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R.AGE Feb 17
Over 15 years in Malaysia, Shamsul has worked with electronics, fix air conditioners, cemented floors and worked with architectural designs. He prides himself for being a fast learner. Watch his story here
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R.AGE Feb 14
Ethnic Chin refugees tell us their dreams for the year 2020. The Chin Up Project is a collection of conversations with ethnic Chin refugees based on one question: Where do you see yourself in 2020? Watch all the conversations at .
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Samantha Chow Feb 15
How does Malaysia respond to the voices of the ethnic Chin community?
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Adrian Pereira Feb 14
Let's be in solidarity with refugees. Malaysia must sign the refugee convention and give immediate right to work to refugees.
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R.AGE Feb 14
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SIGN THE PETITION. Help call for a review of the decision to end refugee protections for the Chin community:
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R.AGE Feb 14
Ethnic Chin refugees tell us their dreams for the year 2020. The Chin Up Project is a collection of conversations with ethnic Chin refugees based on one question: Where do you see yourself in 2020? Watch all the conversations at .
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R.AGE Feb 14
Replying to @thestar_rage
We spoke to dozens of members of the Chin refugee community as they face the expiry of their UNHCR refugee status on Dec 31, 2019. Go to to hear them all answer the same simple question: "Where do you see yourself in 2020?"
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R.AGE Feb 14
We asked Chin refugees a simple question: "Where do you see yourself in 2020?" Watch all their answers here: Chin refugees will lose their protections on Dec 31, 2019, due to a change in UNHCR policy. Find out more at .
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Hafiz Zainol Shokor Feb 13
Kindness is Contagious!
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R.AGE Feb 11
Thang, an ethnic Chin refugee from Myanmar, has recreated home in the vegetable farms of Cameron Highlands. The climate is the same as his homeland, and so is the work. Watch the full episode at or visit .
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R.AGE Feb 13
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Play your part to make Malaysia kinder this National Kindness Week! Sign up through our WhatsApp chat bot:
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The Star Feb 11
"Even though my work doesn't pay me much, I still work very hard. I keep trying to improve because I know this is not my own country."
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The Star Feb 11
"We are going to promote kindness in our schools, universities colleges and in every house."
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