This screenshot of a video call shows Malaysian entrepreneur Nur Sajat speaking from an undisclosed location in Australia, where she is seeking asylum after fleeing her Muslim-majority home country. Photo: AFP
This screenshot of a video call shows Malaysian entrepreneur Nur Sajat speaking from an undisclosed location in Australia, where she is seeking asylum after fleeing her Muslim-majority home country. Photo: AFP
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Malaysian transgender tycoon Nur Sajat confirms asylum, saying ‘Australia chose me’

  • The cosmetics entrepreneur said she is feeling ‘safe, happy and free’ in Australia, and is in coronavirus quarantine in Sydney
  • She said she will not return to Malaysia, where she was charged after attending a Muslim religious event dressed in women’s clothes

Topic |   Malaysia
This screenshot of a video call shows Malaysian entrepreneur Nur Sajat speaking from an undisclosed location in Australia, where she is seeking asylum after fleeing her Muslim-majority home country. Photo: AFP
This screenshot of a video call shows Malaysian entrepreneur Nur Sajat speaking from an undisclosed location in Australia, where she is seeking asylum after fleeing her Muslim-majority home country. Photo: AFP
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