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Beacon of hope: Liew posing for a photograph with the children of Winterveldt village.

Malaysian plans to build school in South Africa

23 July 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Children orphaned after their parents died of AIDS and pregnant girls as young as 13 in a village in South Africa are getting help from a Malaysian woman, who plans to build a school for them.

Rohaini with two of the school's students.

School for people with special needs in financial difficulties

21 July 2014

THE 27-year-old Sekolah Khas Klang is in dire need of help as it is currently facing tough times coping with its financial situation.

'Shoppers a smarter lot now'

21 July 2014

PONTIAN: Consumers are getting smarter and are less likely to be taken for a ride by traders who hike up the price of items, especially during festive seasons, said a state executive councillor.

Forging ties: The students and teachers from The Heights School in Adelaide posing with their counterparts from Jit Sin High School in Bukit Mertajam.

Aussies get taste of Penang

21 July 2014

A GROUP of 11 students from an Australian school had a fun time in Penang while on an exchange programme with Jit Sin High School in Bukit Mertajam, Penang.

Inspiring the young: Dr Chang (right) and Dr Ho interacting with students during the talk at Chung Ling Butterworth High School.

Special place in their hearts

21 July 2014

THEY left Chung Ling High School in 1980 and 1962 respectively, but Assoc Prof Dr Chang Peng Kee and Prof Dr Ho Chee-Cheong are still contributing to their alma mater until today.

TBS students promoting brand consciousness at Kampung Temasek, Johor.

Giving back to the community

20 July 2014

THE 2013 CSR RepTrak® study, done by leading management consultancy Reputation Institute, shows that 73 percent of the 55,000 consumers surveyed are willing to recommend companies perceived to be delivering on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Casey on Footscray Park Campus, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.

Picking up essential skills

20 July 2014

THE Victoria University (VU) Bachelor of Business at Sunway College is a unique three-year programme that focuses on developing students’application of theoretical and practical knowledge, personal attributes and professional skills.

(From left) Charissa, Benjee, Lai Ling and Tat Hong celebrating after their graduation ceremony.

Success stories

20 July 2014

CONSISTENT hard work is one sure way of achieving success. Just ask Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) graduate Chang Lai Ling, 20, who received a book prize at the diploma convocation ceremony held at the college’s main campus recently.

MIT Academy students check out a modular production system.

Technical knowledge

20 July 2014

MIT Academy will work with several companies to train final year students as well as working adults.

Chua delivering her presentation in Mandarin to Utar students and members of the public.

Utar studentsattend GST talk

20 July 2014

IT was evident from the questions asked that students are concerned about the impact of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on their lives.

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