Dancing is the children’s cup of tea

Dancers from SJK(C) Union in action en route to winning the first prize in the Chinese Dance Culture Competition for primary school pupils at USM.

CLAD in traditional costume, the young dancers were full of oomph as they performed a show depicting a group of native women picking tea leaves.

Thumbs up for Step Up

(From left) Esther Chew checking out the freebies that come with the subscription as her brother Clement and mother Chiang discuss a matter. Assisting them is Star Media Group audience management (north) assistant manager Eileen Ooi during the roadshow at SJKC Kwang Hwa in Sungai Nibong, Penang.

MOTHER of two Chiang Mei believes that Step Up, an education supplement by The Star, will help boost her children’s English proficiency.

Eat & Drink


Junior rugby at its best

AROUND 3,000 players from Brunei, Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia and Singapore stormed the pitches for what became the largest junior rugby tournament in South-East Asia during the KL Saracens International Rugby 10s 2017.


Sharing common ground for businesses

An artist illustration of its common area and event space. The area, shaped in an L is the centerpiece of Common Ground. It is the activity hub where opportunities take place.

SMALL businesses and startups have the potential to reach greater heights if they can find common ground among themselves to inspire each other or collaborate together.


Adventure for body and mind

Ruminations - By A.R. AMIRUDDIN
I STILL remember the “paddle-of-war” kayaking expedition I took part in from Lumut to Teluk Sekadeh, an uninhabited island off Pulau Pangkor, Perak, back in 1995.


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