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(From left) Sumana, Teh, Jie and Wong deliberating over the storyboard entries.

Soaring creativity

31 August 2014

Judges of the contest are impressed by the high standards of the entries of NiE's Tale Spin contest.

Proud and patriotic: Children waving their Jalur Gemilang .

Merdeka in the air

31 August 2014

Preschoolers put up an elaborate song and dance act in honour of the nation's special day.

Tan (standing, right) posing with a multi-racial netball team in 1982.

Spirit of ‘57 in lessons and sports

31 August 2014

A retired teacher is still spreading the message of unity and moderation both in class and on the field.

Vimesshen posing with a troll statue on Mount Floyen in Bergen, Norway.

Third time and still lucky

31 August 2014

DURING a recent two-week trip to Scandinavia, I lost my passport for the third time in my life.

Brief Caption:"Subject: Winner announcement for "The Laureate Award for Excellence in Robotic Engineering" competition at Madrid Spain on 25 April 2014. INTI International University and  Colleges Chief Operating Officer Rohit Sharma during his visit to INTI, Penang campus on April 16, 2014.

Preparing students for the workforce

31 August 2014

INTI International University (INTI) is committed to upskilling its students in preparation for the workforce upon graduation, its chief operating officer Rohit Sharma (pic) said.

A Utar staff and her students using the Flexar TM FX-10 UHPLC liquid chromatography instrument.

An impactful collaboration

31 August 2014

TO boost the local agriculture industry, PerkinElmer has collaborated with Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) to study agricultural industry safety standards in compliance with local food safety regulations.

Gamuda scholarship recipients at the award presentation ceremony.

More than just a scholarship

31 August 2014

HAVING grown up watching the development of the public transport system in our country, Arthur Mun Siew Meng had always harboured the dream of becoming a civil engineer.

The TGIF Foodbank team, posing with project director Tan (fifth from left), Philip and Chung (fifth and sixth from right), Koay and Lee (third and fourth from left), and Poh (fourth from right).

Community spirit

31 August 2014

DONATING daily necessities with the aim of supporting those in need was the idea behind the Sunway Student Volunteers (SSV) and Sunway Student Services Department (SSD) initiative, Turn Groceries in for Foodbank (TGIF Foodbank).

Moey urges all BBGSians to live by the values they learnt as students .

Party for a worthy cause

31 August 2014

GET together with old friends and teachers for a good cause.

Winson Tan of SMK Padang Polo with his entry "Fish" winner of 3rd prize under the Hearing and Visually impaired and Slow learners category at the 20th Malaysia-Japanese Art Exhibition held at the SMK Tinggi Bukit Mertajam on 21/08/14

Meeting life’s challenges

30 August 2014

BEING visually impaired has never stopped 17-year-old Chew Suit Teng from doing what she loves.

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