PPBM Youth chief Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman urges youths to continue voicing the grievances of the people.
The Malaysian Youth Council denies it proposed teaching students about various religions.
They say they voted for a new Malaysia but are still waiting for PH to make good on many of its promises.
Uppre has a Q&A with founder and creative head of Englishjer, a youth collective focusing on building a better ecosystem of learning English.
22-year-old Malaysian photographer Alia Soraya creates online platform for young people to express themselves through art, fashion, beauty and music.
The prime minister says a good leader is one who puts ego aside and rectifies mistakes.
The primary industries minister lists the benefits of red palm oil in the Dewan Rakyat.
What can PH do if the Beluran MP who was in opposition when made PAC chairman has now joined a government party, asks the prime minister.
In the impoverished, once war-ravaged country, young people are taking up cricket in hopes of joining the big leagues as Afghanistan did.
California-based Facebook has been working to attract and keep young internet users being lured away from the social network by apps such as photo- and video-oriented Snapchat.
The pope told hundreds of thousands of young pilgrims that it was senseless to condemn every immigrant as a threat to society.
They say awareness education is a better option than imposing a curfew on those below 18.
Fresh graduates are unable to secure jobs because they are “too fussy, lazy, or rich,” not because of job shortages
The exact reason for Park's decision was unclear, but he currently lives in England and the official said that he may have been feeling uneasy about the distance from his duties.
Fifty-five percent of women said they backed a Democrat for the House this year, compared with 49% in 2014.
It will also be used for youth programmes, he says.
The 267 prelates attending the meet had been tasked with finding a way to breathe fresh life into a centuries-old institution suffering from both a damaging global sex abuse crisis and widespread secularity in the West.
Youth and sports minister says the 'progressive and moderate' Muslim NGO has remained relevant even after 47 years.
Mohamad Hasan says Umno, even with its diminishing influence and power, cannot allow condition of Malays to deteriorate.
Martin Choo from the Kuala Lumpur AIDS Support Services Society says it is time to be realistic in addressing the rise in HIV cases among underage youth.
The group, representing friends and family members, says the boys' identities must be kept private and criticises the police's act of putting them in handcuffs.
The Consumers Association of Subang & Shah Alam says banks are not stringent enough when issuing credit cards.
DAP's Dr Kelvin Yii says the Sarawak BN government signed away oil rights in 1974 and that whatever the new PH government is offering is better than that enjoyed during the rule of BN.
Mixed feelings to Umno's move to allow 16-year-olds to become members.