Leanne, 26

“We don't always have to be late, not clear up after ourselves at fast food places, and double park, just because everyone else does it. Just because we've been like this for as long as anyone can remember, doesn't mean we can't change.”

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Elna, 23

“One thing I'm proud of is how comfortable I am with myself, giving myself the love I deserve, and fighting for causes I believe in.”

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Watan1995
Azhar, 24

"Atuk nenek saya sering pesan untuk percayai keputusan mereka. Tetapi saya sudah besar dan ingin membuat pilihan sendiri."

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Watan1994, Johor
Pikah, 26

"One thing I'm proud of is graduating university while battling depression, even if it took me two years longer than my friends."

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Watan1992, Johor
Elza, 31

"Everyone is too busy condemning the other side instead of serving the nation's people. I am still able to use my voice to demand they do their job right, but a vote might be worth more."

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Watan1987, selangor
Irham, 22

“I believe our beloved country can still learn so much and evolve democratically. We’re approaching a time where political parties should represent all Malaysians.”

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Watan1996, Selangor
Okami, 25

"One thing that surprises other Malaysians about me is that I'm half Chinese half Malay. I was once not allowed to enter the surau when I was in primary school. The sentence 'Awak Cina, so awak tak boleh masuk' hit me so hard that I got scared of entering suraus and mosques."

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Watan1992, Melaka
Rena, 24

"I believe that being a voter revolves around something bigger than just you and me, it's for a greater cause that I don't want to miss out on."

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Saranikka, 28

"I decided to be a voter because of Trump. Many adult Americans did not vote and obviously regret it now. Every vote counts and the outcome of not voting is disastrous. We are the hope for positive change in our country, and for us not to vote, it's selfish and irresponsible."

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Ames, 27

"I decided to be a voter because although I don't believe the system can fully change, I know registering to vote is still step one."

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Watan1990, Selangor
Meek, 22

"Only after moving to Kuching and learning about my Melanau heritage and the natives of Borneo, I realised how odd the Semanjung-centric portrayal of race was. Indigenous people are more than "lain-lain."

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Watan1995, Kuala Lumpur