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11 Must Read Stories From 2015 To Remind Us How It Was A Year Full Of Heroes

Their spirit so kind and their heart so loving. So truly Malaysia!

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1. When a bunch of Malaysians from Naga DDB got down and dirty for a golden opportunity to bring Malaysians together during the 2015 CNY with their flood relief efforts in the East Coast

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2. When Tamil Nesan, a MyTeksi driver, gave all the cash he had on him to his distressed passenger who was on his way to Singapore

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3. Faced with the task to explain racially-charged messages to an Indonesian migrant worker, when random Malaysian strangers at a mamak did everything to protect the worker from hatred

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4. When Hasliza Abdul Jalil, a policewoman who turned into a stand-in midwife to help a pregnant woman give birth to a baby girl in the compound of the Kampung Tawas police station

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5. In the aftermath of the quake that shook Mt Kinabalu, when local mountain guides came to the rescue, assisting the stranded and weakened climbers back to safety amidst the damaged trail

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6. Dr Shanmugam Madhusudhan, who works with volunteers from Kechara Soup Kitchen, and every Saturday night, heads out on the streets of KL to provide free medical care to the homeless and others who do not have enough money for hospital treatments

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7. When 'Uncle Bugs' realised the fortunate place he was in his life, and out of compassion for the homeless on the streets of KL, decided to build a 'mobile shower' for them

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8. When four teenagers, despite not knowing each other, came together to put aside everything and helped a mother deliver her baby at Sunway Pyramid shopping mall

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9. Amidst talks of racial tension and racially-slanted riots in recent times, when 3 college students stepped up to debunk widespread allusions of racial tension with a #MalaysianFirst "blind social experiment"

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10. When teacher Muhammad Syamil bin Yahya, who takes a 4.5-hour drive and boat ride through the rough plains of Bintulu every weekday to teach, brought sports day back at this school

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11. When Stanley Yeong, a Chinese, went above and beyond his duty to foster an orphaned Malay girl and became a shining example of a true Malaysian

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