Spreading kindness to special group

Eye-opening experience: The new series of ‘Kindness Workshops’ kicked off with students from the El Shaddai Refugee Learning Centre in Klang being taught Internet safety and the prevention of cyberbullying, overseen by (from left) Necia, Law and Ling. — SHAM KIEN KHEE/The Star

KLANG: The #StandTogether kindness campaign by R.AGE and SP Setia took another step forward with a new series of “Kindness Workshops” for students from marginalised and special-needs communities.

The first such workshop, organised by #StandTogether partners Digi and Study Hub Asia, was held at the El Shaddai Refugee Learning Centre here.

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