Ames, 27

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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.
— Ames, 27

I like the internet, fruits, and outdoor activities.

One thing that surprises other Malaysians about me is that I can speak and understand Bahasa Malaysia.

I'm good at eating and creating graphics.

One thing I'm proud of is that I am still alive, and hustling day to day.

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.

I'm most worried about government accountability and transparency, discrimination and income inequality, as well as religious and racial conflicts.

These issues matter to me because I want our country to be safer for everyone and that we live in peace.

I wish I knew more about history. The real stuff, not the selected and filtered stuff.

I want other young people to know do unto others as they would have you done unto them. Treat others the way they want to be treated.

Watan1990, Selangor