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PETALING JAYA: The business community should make it an agenda to promote unity among Malaysians, says a businessman-social activist.
PETALING JAYA: With a monthly salary of less than RM2,000 and four children to feed, factory operator Mohd Rafi Majid struggled to stretch every ringgit up to the end of each month.
PETALING JAYA: Adrina Mohamed Ali is a single mother who does two jobs to provide for her two school-going children.
TEACHERS need to be taught about healthy eating to prepare them in the fight against junk food, says the Association of School Canteen Operators Malaysia (Ascom).
PUTRAJAYA: Rukun Negara should not merely be recited during school assemblies and functions but be the focus to help achieve greater unity among citizens.
#RukunNegaraSomethingNice aims to open doors for Malaysians to foster and increase their love towards the Rukun Negara.
KUALA LUMPUR: In true Malaysian spirit, well-wishers have come together to help young Rohingya refugees and asylum seekers in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: For unity to exist, we must choose to see Malaysia as Malaysians, instead of viewing the nation through racial lenses, says unity advocate Anas Zubedy.
PETALING JAYA: Unity begins with simple gestures, and this is the idea behind Zubedy (M) Sdn Bhd’s Say Something Nice campaign.
Zubedy Sdn Bhd has launched a #SaySomethingNice campaign, which enables Malaysians to share acts of kindness that enhance unity in the country. This campaign is being held in conjunction with the upcoming National Day and Malaysia Day.