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Biological agent: Toxo mosquitoes (pic) consume other mosquito larvae, such as Aedes, at the larval stage. — filepic
Dynamite Dinis as he is known to his teachers and fellow classmates at SJK (T) Glenmarie in Shah Alam, pulled his headmaster’s Nissan Almera with four classmates and a teacher in it for a distance of 60m at the school grounds.
Orderly: The organisation makes space arrangements for people to eat comfortably and in a hygienic environment.
Cultural touch: Chin Swee Temple will have performances and activities to usher in the Lunar New Year.

Pooling resources to fight dengue

‘Dynamite Dinis’ pulls 1,305kg car

Dishing out meals for devotees

Celebrate CNY way up high

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Ship docks at The Star

Trying his luck: Wong (second from left) spinning the ‘Steer of Fortune’.

LED by its managing director Henrik Juel Andersen, the Carlsberg Malaysia Chinese treasure ship navigated its way to Menara Star in Petaling Jaya to celebrate the coming of the new year with Star Publications (M) Bhd management and staff.

Honouring cancer champions

Good turnout: More than 100 guests attending the Cancerlink Exemplary Volunteers Award celebration at the Cancerlink Foundation building.

MORE than 80 volunteers were lauded for their contributions during the fourth biennial Cancerlink Exemplar Volunteer Awards (CEVA).

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Lovely start to festive joy

Here’s to prosperity: Yeoh (fourth right) joining Gurney Plaza centre manager Lawrence Teh (fifth left), Syerleena (fifth right) and other press personnel in tossing yee sang during the launching ceremony.

THE splendours of Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day come together nicely in Gurney Plaza’s ‘Spring of Joy and Love’ celebrations in Penang this festive season.

Electrical retail chain sponsors 50 customers for trip to Chengdu, China

Fascinating: Visitors admiring the giant 71m Buddha carving in a cliff that represents faith and hope at the Le Shan or Le Mountain in Chengdu, China.

CHENGDU (China): When she received a call telling her that she had won a trip to visit the panda research village in the Sichuan Province in China, bank assistant manager P. Vanitha thought a syndicate was scamming her.

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