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Nyamai Amai Pemakai Tu, Terima Kasih... It's Delicious, Thank You

As a Sarawakian who lives & works thousands of miles away from where I was born, missing home is something that I will experience almost every day of my life. I remember when I started working with Yayasan Generasi Gemilang (GG), I could only dream of working with the under-served youth & families in my own homeland because our organisation was based out of Klang Valley and our work...

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By Fabian William Story | Youth Development
2 years 10 months ago

Pokémon GO, NO! or SO? - 7 Useful Tips for Parents

Children pictured at the playground catching Pokémon. You might have noticed the sudden craze when Pokémon Go was launched across South East Asia, especially Malaysia. Your social media feeds would have exploded with news, status updates and pictures of Pokémon everywhere. And if you're a parent, you may have noticed your children constantly asking for permission to download the game, play it...

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By Keith Woo | Cyber Wellness
3 years 2 months ago

The Gap in Our Language

One thing Malaysians pride ourselves in is being multilingual. I think most of us would at least know Bahasa Malaysia (since it was taught in primary school and secondary school), and then there's either English, Chinese or Tamil that we would know as an addition to BM. Some of us who are gifted in languages even learn other foreign languages as part of our studies and can easily speak 3 to 4...

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By Shu Ling | Communications
3 years 2 months ago

Aishah

 Note:  *Aishah is a pseudonym name to protect the identity of the girl under GG's Child Protection Policy. Her age has also be changed.   It’s a beautiful Saturday morning at the beach.  The sun is shining brightly and cute toddlers are squealing in excitement, enjoying their very first time playing by the beach, building sand castles, jumping into the waves much to...

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By Joy Gracia Liso | Children Services
3 years 2 months ago

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