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This study explores the role of religious conversion as unusual life experience in facilitating adulthood self-differentiation development in the context of Malaysia Chinese Muslim converts. It is a qualitative phenomenology study, five participants from the northern religion of Malaysia were taking part, and data were collected by semi-structured interviews. This study has identified the religious conversion has placed the Chinese Muslim converts in the hardships of (a) marginalized minority,doi:10.35631/ijepc.4320016 fatcat:5tc5h5rgsjbjhbq3hhgpfgytee