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Reader of the Month! WORLD RE­PORT:THE CITY OF T-SHIRTS & FLIP FLOPS

The off­beat track clearly is a place to not un­der­es­ti­mate and is not as hopeless and bar­ren as most would think, ev­i­dently, as China’s young and up­com­ing fash­ion designers choose to set up base in Xi­a­men instead of a glam­orous cos­mopoli­tan city. I’d like to be­lieve that some­times we all need to re­tract and take things slowly at our own pace, espe­cially when one is trying to find life bal­ance liv­ing in a busy city like KL.

- 24, Irda Amelia, Kuala Lumpur

THE BATIK BOU­TIQUE

These are sto­ries which need to be told, the ones that truly in­spire and prove that there are many out there who are filled with com­pas­sion and care. Who’d have thought a friend­ship which started off with Ana from Kuala Lumpur teach­ing her new Texan friend Amy Ba­hasa Malaysia would turn into a fair trade so­cial en­ter­prise and within no time the duo ended up be­ing the per­fect team. - 55, Jen­nifer Mil­lare, Se­lan­gor.

SPE­CIAL COURT FOR SEX­UAL CRIMES AGAINST CHIL­DREN

With so much that is going on in the world from crime to cor­rup­tion, this is by far one of the best news I’ve heard and I'm tremen­dously happy about. I hope to see the Malaysian crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem con­sider ad­di­tional im­prove­ments to court prac­tices for child vic­tims. Ku­dos to Malaysia for be­ing one of the first in South East Asia to have a spe­cial court for sex­ual crimes against chil­dren. - 26, Tiara Fidel­lina, Se­lan­gor

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