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    Mum sells jewellery to support son’s dream


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    A mother’s unwavering support for her son’s ambition to become a barber has led her to sell over RM10,000 worth of her jewellery, as reported by Sinar Harian. Fariza Ismail, aged 52, shared that her 26-year-old son, Muhammad Hilman Mohd Rosli, had inspired her through his dedication and enthusiasm. She believed in his dream of owning a barber shop and decided to assist him financially. Despite initially studying in the automotive field, Muhammad Hilman impressed his mother by working part-time as a barber until 2am while pursuing his studies. Witnessing his commitment, Fariza willingly sacrificed most of her jewellery to support his dream.

    In 2016, Muhammad Hilman opened his first barber shop in Melaka with the blessing of his parents and the RM10,000 capital from his mother. Since then, he has successfully expanded his business, now owning three more outlets in the state.

    Kosmo! reported a local man going viral online for an unusual act of consuming his pet crocodile’s eggs. In a Tik Tok video, the man and his wife cooked and ate the reptile’s eggs after realizing they couldn’t provide for the offspring. The video has garnered nearly 700,000 views, with the user claiming that the eggs tasted richer and chewier compared to chicken eggs. In subsequent videos, the man explained that space constraints at home prevented them from keeping baby crocodiles. He clarified that his place is not a zoo, as he keeps and cares for various animals as a hobby.

    After a separation of 23 years, local actress Mawar Rashid emotionally reunited with her biological sister, Aireen, according to Utusan Malaysia. Mawar shared on her Instagram account how she lost contact with Aireen after their father’s passing. Aireen is from their father’s third marriage, while Mawar’s mother was his second wife. Mawar expressed that although she may have forgotten her siblings from her father’s third marriage since she was only five years old when he died, the opportunity to meet, hug, talk, and get to know Aireen now overwhelmed her with indescribable emotions. Mawar also noted the striking resemblance between Aireen’s face and their late father’s.

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    The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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