Natasha, 24

I decided to be a voter because of the direction of the country’s political aspirations.
— Natasha, 24

I like feminism, the rights of women and children, and food.

One thing that surprises other Malaysians about me is that I'm not Malay— many people seem to think Natasha is a Malay name.

I'm good at sleeping.

One thing I'm proud of is maintaining a semblance of financial stability.

I decided to be a voter because of the direction of the country's political aspirations.

I'm most worried about discrimination and income inequality, political instability and lack of political freedom, as well as religious and racial conflicts.

These issues matter to me because my generation is the next to ascend the economical and political scene. There will be a lot to work on in the coming years to be on par with the rest of the world.

I wish I knew more about international trade.

I want other young people to know that a little bit goes a long way. You may think that your voice doesn't matter in the sea of people, but there are like-minded people like you too.

Watan1993, Wilayah Persekutuan