Recent and archived articles by Majorie Chiew
THOSE who follow fengshui will know what “flying stars” are about. The flying star is an annual astrological chart in fengshui practice. Each year, the stars (No.1 to 9) will “fly” into nine different sectors of the house or property and remain in position for a year.
SUPER Cycling Man Will Hodson, a former primary school teacher, visited Nexus International School in Putrajaya recently and regaled the schoolchildren with stories of his cycling adventures around the world.
IT does not take much to show one’s gratitude. A song, dance and applause by schoolchildren were “uplifting” enough to two groups of weary volunteers who flew from Kuala Lumpur to Sabah recently for a good cause.
ROMANCE, hardship, suspense and mystery are the stuff that movies are made of, and that is exactly what 20 students are depicting in four short films that they recently produced.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian law graduate James Low Hong Ping, who was diagnosed with a rare genetic muscle-wasting disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), had a painful start in life.
Pupils received coaching tips from four ex-national badminton players.
Some 11 students went to art class for the sake of supporting the cause of sun bear conservation.
SOME 1,140 needy children in rural Sabah were all stocked up early and looking forward to the new school term in January.
ART is a form of meditation, says Khor Chang Kheng, 40, a full-time painter based in Jitra, Kedah.
THE Canticle Singers (TCS) will make its debut in the Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC) in Petaling Jaya at 8.30pm on Oct 28 and 29.