Award to spur the people and firms to do more charitable acts


Unsung heroes: This year, Lee hopes to find more people of integrity who demonstrate great commitment to their charitable work.

KUALA LUMPUR: One way to live a moderate life is to accommodate other points of view, said Ecoworld Foundation chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Lee, who heads the judging panel of the Star Golden Hearts Award 2016, learnt that lesson anew when he led and listened to the other decision-makers to reach a consensus.

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