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  • Monday, 28 Jan 2008

Water disruption  

Water supply will be distrupted in some parts of Johor Jaya and Pontian on Jan 30 due to maintenance work. In Johor Jaya, the disruption will be from 9am to 6pm, while in Pontian, the 22-hour disruption will be from 11am on Jan 30 to 9am the following morning. Residents are advised to store sufficient water before the disruptions. For more information, call SAJ Holdings at 1-800 88 74. 

Art exhibition  

Malaccan artist Jehan Chan will exhibit his works at Mahkota Parade including his famous carps series, rice paper collage and oil paintings. Works of other local artists will also be featured. The exhibition is on until Feb 3. For details, call the Guest Services Desk at 06-282 6151. 

Cost benefit analysis  

Sarawak Development Institute is organising a workshop on cost benefit analysis for making informed decisions on Feb 26-27 at the Sarawak Industrial Promotion and Exhibition Centre at Jalan P. Ramlee in Kuching. An early-bird registration fee of RM850 is available until Jan 31. Normal registration fee is RM1,000. For more information, call Irene or Rosalind Wong at 082-415 484 or 082-416 484. 

Judo classes  

Pahang Judo Association at Jalan Datuk Wong Ah Jang, Kuantan, (1st floor of AAM office) offers judo classes from 8.30pm to 11pm every Sunday and Wednesday and Aikido classes on Monday and Tuesday from 8.30pm to 10.30pm. Fees are RM40 a month. For details, contact Khoo at 016-921 8899.  

Photo exhibition  

Those interested in visiting Tibet can attend visit the photography exhibition by Japan Graduates Association Malaysia vice-president Datuk Siow Kuang Ling at the ground floor of the Johor Baru Tiong Hua Association building in Tebrau until Feb 3. 

Kids show  

Join in the festive spirit of Chinese New Year at Skudai Parade Johor Baru on Feb 3 from 2pm to 3pm when children from Si Skudee Kids Club perform several Chinese New Year songs. Call 07-558 8996 for more information.  

Eating oranges 

Skudai Parade Johor Baru will hold an orange eating competition on Feb 2 between 2pm and 3pm. Contestants who peel and eat the given mandarin oranges in the shortest time stand to win attractive prizes. Contestants should be above 12 years in age. Call 07-558 8996 for more information. 

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