The Invisible Among Us by The Refugee Prince | Mohammad Rahman bin Iman Hussein | TEDxIMU

In this video, Prince talks about his experience of growing up as a refugee in Malaysia and why we should empower the seemingly "invisible" refugees around us. A Penangite raised in Kuala Lumpur, born to Rohingya parents and also known as ‘Prince’ among his friends, Mohammad Rahman bin Iman Hussein had a difficult childhood growing up. His life changed after joining Dignity for Children Foundation and he is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Commerce at Monash University Malaysia, and plans to major in Marketing. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at