About Neal K
Writing. Narrating. Story-telling. Keeping the focus on elements of human interest. This is how Neal K wants her work to be.
Read about a nation that stops killing, a teenager who prevents suicides and a teacher’s creativity which spurs Microsoft into action
A dog in Inner Mongolia is sitting by a guard rail in the middle of a road for almost three months, waiting for its owner
It was a college task to interview an officer from the Narcotics Department on issues related to drug abuse that sparked the interest in Kalki to become a trained volunteer who helps addicts recover and reconcile with family and society.
Not so far from the dazzling skyscrapers of the city lives a community of approximately 3,200 families, at the PPR flats in Lembah Subang, notorious not just for its run down, squalid appearance and feel but also for its gut-wrenching social ills. 80- 90 percent of its approximately 20,000 denizens fall under the hardcore poor category and the flats are now far from the safe havens they were intended to be for the city’s urban poor.
Mahesan Paramanantham, better known as Mash, now belongs to that group of people who can say ‘I dreamed big, did not relent on my pursuit and look where it got me’. The 31-year-old young man may have come from a modest background but that never deterred him from spreading his wings far and wide to do things that his heart desires, things that have made him the successful, well-deserving Chevening scholar that he is today.
Victoriya Titova has been living in Malaysia for more than a dozen years now and it’s only appropriate that the award-winning designer draws inspiration from her adopted home. In fact, her latest design to win at the prestigious Kancil Awards, Malaysia’s oldest and leading creative awards, is an exemplary reflection of Malaysian heritage.