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Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champions 2017

Oct 23, 2017
Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champions 2017

With an apt theme titled Behind My Smile, UCSI Scholar’s Circle (U-Schos) had an exciting program lined up for their Humanitarian Week 2017. Held at MaGIC, Cyberjaya, there were various forums, talks and discussions and on the last day was the award presentation for Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champions Award for...

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A must read Rabbit tale!!!

Jul 13, 2013
A must read Rabbit tale!!!

In society today, there are many people who judge those who are homeless. With just $50 in my pocket and 2 bags of belongings, I ran away from home at age 16 and became a homeless teenager on the street. Hitch-hiking my way from New Jersey to Los Angeles, I slept under bridges, on...

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Dato’ Ruby – winner of the 2013 Bella Awards!

Mar 19, 2013
Dato’ Ruby – winner of the 2013 Bella Awards!

On the same day as 1M4U (1 Malaysia For Youth), Dato' Ruby Khong was invited to go to the inaugural Bella Awards 2013. Bella Awards is Malaysia’s 1st women awards show. The awards celebrate, recognise, and honour successful women for their great achievement and inspirational contribution to the society.

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Prime Minister’s Award 2011 (Anugerah Perdana Menteri)

Oct 5, 2011
Prime Minister’s Award 2011 (Anugerah Perdana Menteri)

Our very own Dato’ Ruby Khong, President of Kechara Soup Kitchen, was nominated for the Prime Minister’s Award for Woman Social Activist! Not expecting to win anything… she came out as the Top 5...

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Performer of The Month

Apr 26, 2011
Performer of The Month

Performer of the Month or POTM was something I came up with together with the Ladrang Liaisons. It is to encourage and reward my full-time students (non-liaisons) who work in the Ladrang, who are doing their work well and who are also progressing internally by their attitude which translates into actions that lead to...

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