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PBB Lists – 20 Inspiring Africans in Malaysia 2019

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...

PBB AWARDS – 2019 INSPIRING AFRICANS IN MALAYSIA

PBB AWARDS – 2019 INSPIRING AFRICANS IN MALAYSIA

The 2019 PBB Award recognized outstanding Africans in Malaysia from different sectors positively impacting their local communities, providing solutions and contributing to Malaysia as a whole. Africans who are breaking down stereotypes and pushing the limits to what...

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*Win RM100 cash prize* Hello, We've seen incredible success since we launched Passports Beyond Borders on September 18, 2018. We would like to thank you for your continuous support on our multiple social media channels and our blog. With our first anniversary coming...

Mohamadou Sumareh: The first Naturalized African in Malaysia

Sumareh is the first and only naturalized African in Malaysia. The Gambian-born Malaysian footballer plays for Pahang FC in the Malaysia Super League and the Malaysian National Team. In an interview with PBB, Sumareh details the struggles and sacrifices he made in...

South African Teens Have landed Their Self Made Plane in Cairo

South African Teens Have landed Their Self Made Plane in Cairo

EIKENHOF, SOUTH AFRICA - A group of South African teenagers have assembled a four-seater airplane and are flying it across the continent. Aviation experts say this a significant feat, one that will inspire teens who want to be pilots, engineers or anything else....

Chow Kit Market guide for African shoppers

If you come from tropical Africa, you will find Malaysia much more interesting than just its sandy beaches. Yes I'm talking about food. There's every familiar thing you possibly can imagine. I get questioned a lot about the kind of foodstuff available to us in...

The worthwhile and the African Diaspora

The worthwhile and the African Diaspora

Most Africans in the Diaspora forget to understand that, they are not living life according to their terms but someone else`s (the employer). After shuffling between payment of bills and other consumable debts, they end up with little or no savings. Fast forward 10-15...

How to easily integrate in a new country

How to easily integrate in a new country

It's quite normal for people to struggle to adapt to a new society. I often say Cameroonians are very friendly and welcoming people. They open up easily to foreigners and go out of their way to invite them for a drink, to their homes and generally to socialize. I...

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