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Youth Engagement Highlights During the Unity Ride 2017
Unity in Our Eyes

Our co-founders led a team of cyclists covering 500km over 9 legs throughout West & East Malaysia, collecting stories from Malaysians with pit-stop locations at universities and secondary schools, where unity themed forums and workshops were conducted. Our Orang Asli youths also got to share about who they are.

Like-minded corporates and organisations working towards a common vision of a united Malaysia, collaborated with us on this Unity Ride.

A significant and proud moment in front of the Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad clock tower at Dataran Merdeka. Singing the Negaraku as our Jalur Gemilang was raised accompanied by the DBKL band.

Torches symbolise uniting communities and the sports spirit. What an honour to carry the Kuala Lumpur 2017 Sea Games torch.

Young and old. In the true spirit of Unity, start together finish together.

We fought against the communists. Each squadron had a mix of Chinese, Indian, Malay, Sabahan and Sarawakian officers. Who we were very close. After battles in the jungle, we’d travel to the closest kampung and tumpang with the officer from that kampung to recuperate. Their families opened their homes to us regardless of who we are.

– En. Baharin, Former Sergeant Major of PDRM Sg. Petani, Kedah

“Di sini, kita nyaman.” he shared at his warung in Kampar.

We wear different uniforms and work different jobs. But equally we love Malaysia. Thank you for your service to our Nation.

From Batu Buruk towards Sekolah Menengah Sains Dungun

The visit to SM Sains Dungun holds a special place in our hearts. We are inspired by the energy, progressiveness and potential of the students. While some students joined us in cycling, others received us with kompangs and cheered loudly with handmade banners. We felt a welcome like no other.

A Unity Workshop for the SM Sains Dungun students. Our Orang Asli trainees shared with the students about their heritage and experience as Projek57 retail trainees.

Dialogue & Panel at Kampar

A dialogue with UTAR Kampar students. Youths are aware and concerned about the state of unity in Malaysia.

Community event at UTAR Sungai Long.

Kampung Pasal

Riding towards Kampung Pasal, off the beaten road into the palm plantations of Bera, Pahang to visit Farah, our Orang Asli retail trainee.

“I want my children to have better opportunities than I had. That’s why I let them go to KL to learn English and IT. These subjects are so important and I’m glad when I know they’re doing well.”
– En. Baharum, Farah’s Father, Rubber Tapper

Visiting Farah and her family opened our eyes to the reality of Orang Asli lives. We learnt about their home life and why they see things the way they do. We want to help this community more.

Sekolah Menengah Dato Abdul Rahman Yassin

A Unity Workshop with the students of Sekolah Menengah Dato Abdul Yassin at Nusajaya.

Rumah Kebajikan Sri Ramakrishna

This home provides shelter and education for underprivileged youths.

I came to the home one month ago. Before I came, I had to find my own food because my parents had no money. After my mother went to work, I tumpang the bus with the other guys to find food in town. I want to be a lawyer when I grow up. I want to be successful so that I can take care of my family.”
– Sadis, student at Rumah Kebajikan Sri Ramakrishna

Sesi Dialog Terbuka di Universiti Malaysia Sabah

“It is very clear that Sabahans embrace and celebrate the value of ‘Únity in Diversity’. We have people from many cultures and heritage living side by side. Despite the different religious beliefs, we celebrate each other’s festitivities with joy and happiness. This is possible because we have a strong sense of trust and respect between Sabahans.”
– Charles Thomas, Kaum Dusun

Kuching, Sarawak

The longest leg covering 90km through Kuching city and kampungs on the outskirts.

“I am proud to be a Sarawakian. Here, we live with a strong sense of Unity. Bidayuh parents focus on education for their children so I can see a bright future for my community. We all want to be a big part of the future of Sarawak and Malaysia.”
– Vincent anak Felicia, Kaum Bidayuh

Unity is never travelled alone. Our Unity Ride Partners who journeyed with us, engaging youths and community.

Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, Junior Cycling Malaysia, Cycling Association of Kota Kinabalu, Enterpreneurs Organisation Malaysia, Taylor’s Business School, M&C Saatchi, Creative Unicorn, Avenue K, IOI City Mall, Leaderonomics, Procurehere Procurement Solutions, Skybus, Revive Isotonic Drinks, Score, Chellam Plantation, Dragonfly International, The Rojak Projek, Gerakbudaya

Unity Ribbon Engagement

The Unity Ribbon campaign calls on Malaysians from all walks of life to wear the Unity Ribbon inspired by the Jalur Gemilang over their hearts, to stand proud as Malaysians and for Unity.

Every year, the campaign carries a different theme, with ‘’Celebrating Unity” in 2018 and “Maka Kami Rakyat Malaysia” in 2019 based on the Rukun Negara which embodies the common values which most Malaysians irrespective of race can embrace.

Since 2020, Malaysians are facing rising racial tension and extremist views, coupled with the Covid-19 health pandemic and global economic challenges.

We believe we can emerge from this as Malaysians if we are resolute together, thus this year’s theme “We Will Get Through This Together. #MakaKami”

Official Launch of Unity Ribbon

Unity Ribbon Workshops

Unity Ribbon workshop at SOLS 24/7 together with the Orang Asli youths and university students where participants from different backgrounds shared what Unity means whilst making the Unity Ribbons.

“Undi 18 and the Future of Malaysia” dialogue at Universiti Malaya together with 200 student leaders to discuss the reduction of the voting age to 18 years.

200 students from all walks of life irrespective of race or religion, Malay, Chinese, Indian, Orang Asli, Orang Sabah from SMK Mengkarak, SMK Bandar Kerayong, SMJK (Cina) Triang 3, SMK Triang, SMK Kemayan, Cempaka School Cheras and SOLs24/7 participated in the Unity Workshop at Triang, Pahang.

Unity Ribbon Workshop at the annual Allianz Junior Football Competition with young footballers representing every state in Malaysia from KL to Kelantan to Sabah and Sarawak.

Unity Ribbon making session with Orang Asli students from SOLS 24/7, refugee students from Fugee School and students from Sunway University getting to know each other better.

Unity Ribbon Workshops facilitated by our Orang Asli interns conducted over 15 sessions with staff from different branches of Allianz Life Insurance Malaysia. Our Orang Asli interns also shared stories of how their lives have been, and their hopes and dreams for the future.

Miri Adek, our 1st Orang Asli trainee and Visnoly and Bibi, Sabahan students from Sols 24/7 facilitate the workshop and shared about their hopes and dreams. When asked how they felt on completing the workshop, Miri said “Satisfied”, Visnoly “Happy” and Bibi “Proud”.

Youths of learning differences were assisted by their buddies throughout the hike. At the end of the hike, Collin our co-founder shared about Unity and both youths and their buddies made Unity Ribbons on mats and grass.

Unity Workshop and Quiz with children from Yayasan Sunbeams Home and the public, held at Paradigm Mall in collaboration with WCT.

Unity Drive with PLUS Malaysia to visit children in various orphanages and homes.

Orang Asli

We get involved with young Malaysians from underserved communities. Where they lack in opportunity, we help by providing education and life skills training through retail. It builds their confidence!

Our first retail trainees were Miri binti Adek and Armizainizam a/l Bahari from the Orang Asli community. Today, Miri is a teacher while Armizainizam returned to school to study for his SPM under a Projek57 Education scholarship.

We have also been given scholarships by our partner schools and universities.

In addition to Armizainizam A/L Bahari, other recipients of our Projek57 Education Scholarships are Rozalina Binti Baharum and Jorita A/P Rosman. Rozalina, also known as Farah, is currently pursuing her foundation in Business studies whilst Jorita continues to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Business.