Special pupils make Jalur Gemilang from scratch


Creative touch: (From third left) Pupils Joanne, Koshavashini, Adam and their friends busy working on their Jalur Gemilang at SKPK Princess Elizabeth.

JOHOR BARU: For the visually impaired pupils of SKPK Princess Elizabeth here, Merdeka Day celebrations in school usually involve waving the small Jalur Gemilang that each child is given.

This year, however, the flag they raise will be extra special: it is a huge one that they made themselves.

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