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I GREW up reading The Star. More accurately, I spent my childhood reading whole articles out loud to my grandfather.
HIS passion for journalism is what helped Muhammad Nazreen Mohd Izahar, 23, become the second recipient of the Soo Ewe Jin Scholarship.
Cancer affects everybody but not all the stories are bleak. There’s still room for hope and inspiration.
A total of RM350,927 in contributions have been collected to date for the Soo Ewe Jin Scholarship since it was established in April.
Instead of pointing fingers and playing the blame game, why not provide support and be part of the solution to the world’s problems?
They may come from different backgrounds, yet these students are all driven by a common objective – to empower themselves with a tertiary education.
JOURNALISM could be my chance to help the world. This was Adeline Gooi Su Ping first thought when she “picked” journalism as her major in university.
PETALING JAYA: Adeline Gooi Su Ping was very delighted when she found out that she was the first recipient of the Soo Ewe Jin Scholarship.