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20 Inspiring Africans in Malaysia

PBB Lists – 20 Inspiring Africans in Malaysia 2019

Passports Beyond Borders presents its first edition of 20 Inspiring Africans in Malaysia.  This list features 20 people of African descent (20 persons + 1 Company) from different sectors who are positively impacting their local communities and Malaysia as a whole...

Nigeria’s Collins Esekhile Ehireme on coaching & grooming Malaysian Talents

ABOUT Collins Esekhile is Nigerian, his parents are originally from Esan West local government in Edo state Nigeria, and he was born in Sapale delta state. He moved to Malaysia in 2011 to further his education but he had always to train people in sports. Due to his...

Shafkat Smith – Nigerian Expat in Malaysia

ABOUT YOU Meet Modupe fondly called Shafkat. A Nigerian. When she's not accounting for the company, she's busy coming up with recipes (@foodiesmith) or jumping off an airplane. She was obligated by work to move to Malaysia over a year ago. LIFE IN MALAYSIA What part...

Thinking of having a baby in Malaysia?

Carrying and birthing a baby is no joke but there's some relief if you have family and friends around as a support system. It becomes more complex when you live in foreign land as an expat. With often little or no help, the high cost of bringing in a family member...

The Ossoms – Ghanaian Expat Family

ABOUT: Martha and Jorm Ossom are a Ghanaian expat couple living in Malaysia. We've been friends now for over a year now and I must admit they're an amazing couple anyone would want as friends. They're blessed with a son. The most important things we have in common is...

Cameroonian Expat & Song writer in Malaysia

Futi is a young vibrant Cameroonian gentleman, and a Tax accountant living and working in Malaysia as an expat. He shares his time between the office, his dance group and recording studio. He is currently in the course of recording an album titled 'Finding Self' with...

Against All Odds – Ivorian Expat in Malaysia

ABOUT ADJA Adja is black, an African, a Muslim and a woman. What more odds could be against her in a male dominated world and a place where Muslims experience the most form of discrimination and social injustice? She is a 27 year old lady from Ivory Coast who loves...

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PBB Lists - 20 Inspiring Africans in Malaysia

This list features 20 people of African descent (20 persons + 1 Company) from different sectors who are positively impacting their local communities and Malaysia as a whole through their ideas, intellect and businesses.

Africans who are breaking down barriers and pushing limits to what Africans can achieve in Malaysia.

 

Footballer

"Growing up, my family found it hard to accept my desire to become a professional footballer. They wanted me to go to school and acquire degrees. My even dad thought football was for delinquents. But because it was my heart desire, I always found myself on the.... 

Tax Accountant

Futi is a young vibrant Cameroonian gentleman, and a Tax accountant living and working in Malaysia as an expat. He shares his time between the office, his dance group and recording studio. He is currently in the course of recording an album titled ‘Finding Self’ .....

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Interesting stories from diverse experiences. Will definitely give you a good perspective of your future city. Kingsley Duah

This is quite informative for anyone planning to travel to Malaysia for visit or work. The experience shared sounds real and practical and experiences like this simply prove that stereotypes can be broken. I love the direction and content of this blog and will be visiting frequently to see others views and experiences. 

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