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  • It’s really fun as I can learn new designs. Although it can be challenging to create some designs, I always strive to master new patterns , said Noriman Mohd Noh, 10. Photos: Glenn Guan/The Star
  • LEAD PIC: Calm after the storm: Children in Saama village in Vanuatu play with balloons that are part of a small relief package arranged by an Australian aid donor after Cyclone Pam ripped through the island nation. Photos: AFP
  • Aspiring baristas: Berjaya University College of Hospitality has opened its doors to students who need special education to enable them to gain skills. Photo: BUCH

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