Malayan teen

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Introduction: This study was undertaken to establish the craniofacial anthropometric norms of young adult Malaysian Malays. Methods: The study group consisted of convenient samples of healthy volunteers aged years , with an equal number of female and male subjects who had no history of mixed racial parentage. Results: The Malays shared many similar sizes of measurements with the Singaporean Chinese. Their left eye fissure length and mouth width ch-ch were almost identical for both genders.

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Craniofacial anthropometric norms of Malays

The family of a French-Irish teenager who died after disappearing from a Malaysian jungle resort initially suspected she had been kidnapped and taken to a nearby house, an inquest heard Tuesday. The body of year-old Nora Quoirin, who had learning difficulties, was discovered unclothed after a massive hunt through the rainforest last year. Police insist there was no foul play but her parents -- who believe there was criminal involvement, as they say she would not have wandered off alone -- pushed for an inquest and authorities agreed. Senior police official Mohamad Nor Marzukee Besar, who played a key role in organising the search for the schoolgirl, said Tuesday that her London-based family believed she was in one of three houses near the Dusun Resort. The teen's family had also told police at the time that she could not walk more than 20 feet six metres on her own, Marzukee said. As well as the houses, a team searched a hut deep in the jungle after the resort owner said the girl could have been taken there, but only found a man sleeping at the site, he said.

Nora Quoirin’s footprints found during search for teen missing in Malaysian jungle

Malaysian police are investigating the case of a teenager believed to have jumped to her death after asking her social media followers to vote on whether she should kill herself. Aidil, however, said that the poll's numbers may have changed after news of the girl's death spread. The case had sparked concern among Malaysian lawmakers who called for a wider probe. Ramkarpal Singh, a lawyer and member of parliament, said that those who voted for the teenager to die could be guilty of abetting suicide.
She became an Internet sensation almost overnight after a video she uploaded on June 13 caught the eye of viewers on YouTube. She now has more than 96, subscribers. However, that treetop video challenge of hers in Kampung Sabanalang Pitas opened up opportunities, while also highlighting the lack of facilities in many parts of Sabah. M Jasni, who is the adviser of the foundation.