More than just hi-tea for teachers


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 24 Sep 2005

GETTING SET: Teachers giving each other a massage as a warm up before a talk about colourand style by Soh during their hi-tea celebration in Petaling Jaya on Thursday.

PETALING JAYA: Teachers who turned up for Star-NiE’s eighth anniversary hi-tea were treated to more than just good food. They were taught how to dress with power for the classroom. 

Thanks to a session on “Colour and Style” by image consultant Cynthia Soh, more than 200 teachers had their eyes opened to how much difference wearing the right colour and shade could make to their appearance.  

Two secondary school teachers from Klang said they could not stop talking about how much they enjoyed themselves at the hi-tea for over 200 teachers at the Eastin Hotel here on Thursday. 

“It was also lovely networking with so many teachers,” said Sawinder Kaur, who came with her colleague Cecilia K from SMK Methodist (ACS) Klang.  

The hi-tea, organised by Star-NiE (Newspaper-in-Education) and its partner Pizza Hut, was in appreciation of teachers' support for the programme.  

Teachers in the northern region can expect a good time at their hi-tea celebration at the Northam All Suite Hotel, Penang, on Monday.

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