Starchild: Malaysian children love balloons in all shapes and sizes

Tian Bo Jing, 12

ITEM: Valentine’s Day is celebrated worldwide as people present their loved ones with flowers and chocolates. But it’s a great day for everyone, including kids, too. On Valentine’s Day, children can tell their parents just how much they care for them. Do you know what the day is all about? Tell us what you think of the day. If you have an exciting story, a poem on someone you love (mummy, daddy and siblings, too) or anything you associate with Valentine’s Day, write to us.

Email your contributions to by Feb 4. Please put “STARCHILD: “Valentine’s Day” in the subject line of your email.

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