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Drawn to help

1 A tearful Tham recounting her experience when the earthquake hit Nepal on April 25. With her is boyfriend, Tan. 2 Tan (right) presenting a memento to Zhao Bin at the opening ceremony of the exhibition.3 Artists Xiong Feng Yi (right) and Dr Foo Yong Kong were among the artists from Malaysia and China to jointly produce a calligraphy masterpiece during the opening ceremony of the Nepal Earthquake Relief Charity Art Exhibition.Photos:LOW LAY PHON

MORE than 60 artists from Malaysia and China joined forces to raise funds for victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal through their gifts.

A brighter future for orang asli children

In 1996, pastors Timothy Cheah and Rajendran Velu travelled to an orang asli village in Langkap, Perak, and were appalled by what they saw.


Recalling Rawang’s early days

Once a getaway for estate dwellers, the town has come a long way since its tin-mining heyday.

It all started with a fan club

THOUGH the Ultimate Star Youth Club in Kajang was only launched last September, its genesis can be traced to a Ponggal event in 2013 and club founder Devendran Panersilbam remembers that light bulb moment.

Eat & Drink

Just like mother’s cooking

1 The rose apple acar complements the Ikan Saba Bakar Berempah Bersama Daun Pisang.2 Sugar cane is used when barbecuing the chicken as it adds flavour and colour during the caramelisation.3 Durian swiss roll 4 Masak Lemak Telur Itik Terung Pipit.5 Durian desserts.6 Lemang, Lemang Pulut and Ketupat Daun Palas.Photos: CHAN TAK KONG

FOR many, nothing beats mum’s cooking and with that in mind, Eastin Hotel Petaling Jaya’s Swez Brasserie serves up the Sajian Ramadan Ibunda for Ramadan.


A message for the youth

The top finishers of the YMCA six-aside soccer shoot-out SBFC (B) standing in pink jersey, Cobra FC (in black and orange) and SBFC (A) (squating).

YMCA Kuala Lumpur stood up to the task in the World Alliance of YMCAs in this year’s World Challenge, which was aimed at empowering youths.


Sharing lessons in entrepreneurship

Credit Guarantee Corporation senior vice president marketing & sale Wong Keet Loong giving his speech at 5th workshop held in conjunction with SOBA 2015 at Biz Hotel in Batu Pahat.

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) should take advantage of corporate social responsibility programmes to create win-win situations that benefit the community and their businesses.



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