Artists picture end of xenophobia, racism in Malaysia


Hailey Chung Wee Kye

Photo zine Portraits of a Diverse City tells the inspiring stories of immigrants. – Pic supplied, November 22, 2020.

SOCIETY and the governing powers are not doing enough to combat xenophobia and racism, especially against migrants in times of crisis, said two storytellers who hope to change the narrative.

Allie Hill, 48 and Amin Kamrani, 25, are highlighting Kuala Lumpur’s population diversity to emphasise inclusivity for those who are cast aside.


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  • Is it Malaysian Chinese or Chinese Malaysian? Similarly our brothers and sisters of Malay, Indian, Sabahan and Sarawakian descent.

    Posted 5 days ago by K.C. BOEY