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China's Q3 GDP grows 6.8% on-year, in line with forecasts

BEIJING: China's economic growth slowed slightly as expected in the third quarter as the government's efforts to rein in the property market and debt risks tempered activity in the world's second-largest economy.

There is a very good chance that China's growth in 2017 will be higher than the previous year and that has not happened since 2009.

Right remedy for language learning

Realising the role of English as the global lingua franca, a Klang hospital has come up with the right ‘prescription’ – sponsoring NiE pullouts to selected schools.

Tan (third from right) hands over sponsored copies of the newspaper to Lee (third from left). With them are (from left) Norli Mokhtar, Rohaidah, Gan and Viswanathan.

‘Our parents are as precious as pandas’

THE author of a book on filial piety titled Declining Years has been painting murals of pandas around the country to spread the message of loving one’s parents.

Joyous pandas: Lee (second right) and Tee (right) with ‘Super Panda Team’ volunteers in front of a mural they painted at SJK(C) Long Chuan.
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Thumbs up to NiE

Educators give their feedback on how students fared at lessons where the newspaper was used as a learning tool, after gaining invaluable tips and techniques from trainers at earlier workshops.

Teachers came away feeling enlightened and inspired from the pointers that Dass (fifth from left), shared at the sessions.

National anthem law takes effect

BEIJING: China’s National Anthem Law has come into force to ensure appropriate performance of the song.

Bidding adieu to a great mentor

SHE spent the last four years helming SMK Convent Bukit Nanas and it is obvious that principal Nirmala S.S. Nathan has left a lasting impact on her staff and students.

Students lined the school compound to say goodbye to Nirmala who was accompanied by her daughter Natasha Chandran (in black).

Teen shutterbugs get their moment

ISO, aperture and shutter speed – these were among the terms that 10 teenagers picked up when they attended a photography workshop at Resorts World Genting (RWG) recently.

Apart from the tips and techniques they picked up at the photography workshop, it was the food and great camaraderie among participants that made the trip an enjoyable one.

'Revive National Harmony Bill’

PETALING JAYA: A call has been made to revive the National Harmony and Reconciliation Bill, which appears to have been shelved.

Varsity chips in RM10,000-worth NiE sponsorship for northern schools

IN ENCOURAGING the habit of learning and reading, AIMST University in Bedong, Kedah, has sponsored RM10,000 worth of The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout that will go to 10 schools in Penang and Kedah.

Dr Kathiresan (in blue) and Ganesan (left, in suit) with SMK Bijaya Setia students after giving out copies of The Star.

Giving students a helping hand

IN encouraging the habit of learning and reading, AIMST University in Bedong, Kedah, has sponsored RM10,000 worth of The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (NiE) pullout that will go to 10 schools in Penang and Kedah.

Dr Kathiresan (in blue pants) and Ganesan (left, in coat) posing with SMK Bijaya Setia students after giving out copies of The Star.

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