Anti-bauxite 'aunty' walks on despite blisters and heat

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Through heat and rain, the day’s humidity and night’s chill, nothing seems to stop the 11 participants of the Red2Green anti-bauxite walk from Kuantan to Parliament House in Kuala Lumpur.

Having started the 254km journey on March 12 in a bid to highlight their dissatisfaction over the unresolved problems in Pahang’s bauxite mining, the group is today on Day 7 of their 17-day walk.

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