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Never too young to show love for Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: As Malaysians look forward to celebrating National Day, students at SJK(C) Han Ming were bursting with pride when the Jalur Gemilang was hoisted and they sang Negaraku with patriotic fervour.

Patriotic pride: Pupils showing their Merdeka spirit together with AnakAnakMalaysia campaign representatives at SJK (C) Han Ming in Kuala Lumpur.
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Three schools and a massive traffic problem

Traffic congestion is a perennial problem along Jalan Batu 14 Puchong with three schools located in the vicinity.

Risking it to make quick U-turn

ONE accident occurs a month on average on Jalan Puchong, along the stretch facing the commercial area of Jalan BPU, Puchong.

(From left) Chew, Chiew, Dr Kannan and Inder suggest a permanent road divider extending from the current one be built to prevent vehicles from making U-turns along Jalan Puchong. — HAZIM FAUZI/The Star

Nursing a hope for miracle cure

HOPE keeps 40-year-old Chan Lai Khin going even when she and her husband have to quit their jobs to care for their only child who has been bedridden since being stricken by a H1N1 infection three years ago.

Yi Yuin lying on the bed in her Tanjung Tokong home as her mother Lai Khin briefs the visitors from the Lions Club of George Town on her condition. Present are the club president Tan (blue shirt) and project chairman Cheah. (Right) Yi Yuin getting a tender kiss from her mother.Photos: ZAINUDIN AHAD/The Star

Nursing a hope for miracle cure

HOPE keeps 40-year-old Chan Lai Khin going even when she and her husband have to quit their jobs to care for their only child who has been bedridden since being stricken by a H1N1 infection three years ago.

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Residents of a century-old village in Batu 14, Puchong have many stories to share

KAMPUNG Bunga Melor in Batu 14, Puchong was named after the jasmine flowers that used to line the main road (Jalan Puchong) leading to the Indian village.

Kampung Bunga Melor was formerly part jungle, part palm oil and rubber estate and mining pond. The pond has been filled in and currently houses SMK Puchong Batu 14.

Joining forces for mutual benefit

SJKC Han Ming, Puchong and Rafflesia International & Private Schools (Rafflesia) recently joined forces, in a Collaboration Agreement, to provide support for a continuous, purposeful and quality education pathway from SJKC Han Ming to the Rafflesia secondary school.

(From left) SJK (C) Han Ming senior assistant Chiew Chiu Yin, Cheong, Loh, Fancourt and Rafflesia operations director Stamford Thang at the signing ceremony.

Summer joy in Japan for four

FOUR 11-year-old children are bound for Fukuyama City, Japan, for a fun exchange programme.

All excited: The pupils (from left) Yang Li, Jo Ee, Sze Ying (second right) and Jie Han (right) joining (from third left) JCI Elite president Oh Shih Young, Wong and Ong in a group photo.

Promising gymnasts from Puchong-based club eyeing a place in national junior circuit

GAINING entry into the national junior rhythmic gymnastics circuit is the main priority for budding rhythmic gymnasts from the Sunshine Club based in Puchong.

Rising star: Tiffany training hard at the club’s training centre.

Boy finally gets citizenship, putting his grandparents’ worries to rest

CHENG Chee Keong was all smiles as he proudly showed off his new MyKid card and Malaysian citizenship certificate, which arrived as an early present ahead of his 10th birthday in July.

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