Posts tagged 1992
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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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
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
Kate, 25

"One thing I'm proud of is my ability to adapt to situations with relative ease and calm. I've gone from having a stable job to being very suddenly jobless, and have somehow managed to find enough work to sustain myself and pay my rent."

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Watan1992, Selangor
Belinda, 25

"I decided to be a voter because while I care a lot about social issues, local politics is something I've always been a bit averse to. Maybe I'm just jaded, I don't know. But I'm realising that if I want to see social change, I need to vote, because it affects our government and our leadership."

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Watan1992, Wilayah Persekutuan
Ari, 25

"I decided to be a voter because I needed change and I have always wanted to be able to do something about it. For years, I wanted to be a part of our democracy and to be able to make a difference, no matter how small. Change starts with me. I wanna do it for our people."

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Watan1992, Selangor