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Khor Sue Yee

A TED talk by Lauren Singer, where she shared her experience of living a zero-waste lifestyle, changed Khor Sue Yee’s life. She was sold on the idea that it was possible for individuals to live without contributing to overflowing landfills with trash. At the start of her journey towards zero waste, she connected with Aurora Tin, another advocate for a waste-free lifestyle. Aurora invited her to join the Zero Waste Malaysia community on Facebook, a platform dedicated to bringing together like-minded individuals who share their mission and inspire others to do the same.

These environmentally conscious friends took their commitment to the next level by officially registering Zero Waste Malaysia as a non-governmental organization in 2018. Since then, they have been putting efforts to raise awareness about the principles and practices of a zero-waste lifestyle. Their ultimate goal is to make zero waste living and the responsible use of resources a common and accepted practice for all Malaysians.

To me, “making an impact” means living in alignment with my core values and beliefs. Through my actions and choices, I aim to inspire and encourage others to do the same.

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