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Eco World posts higher profit in Q3 as property sales rebound

KUALA LUMPUR: Eco World Development Group Bhd posted a 47.6% jump in net profit to RM38.5mil in the third quarter ended July 31 on revenue of RM490mil.

International show of patrioticism

THEY may be far away from home, but Malaysians abroad showed up in full support for #AnakAnakMalaysia events in London and Melbourne, Australia, organised by EcoWorld International Bhd (EcoWorld International).

A lively affair at the AnakAnak Malaysia event in Melbourne.

Malaysians abroad show support for unity walk

THEY may be far away from home, but Malaysians abroad showed up in full support for #AnakAnakMalaysia events in London and Melbourne, Australia, organised by EcoWorld International Bhd (EcoWorld International).

A lively affair at the #AnakAnakMalaysia event in Melbourne.

Embracing unity and diversity

WHAT the rain tried to dampen, the little surprises along the walk more than made up for it.

Participants of the AnakAnak Malaysia Walk Penang 2018posing for a picture at Eco Horizon in Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan, Penang.
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‘Let’s show we have unity in diversity’

BUTTERWORTH: For many Malay­sians, they fondly recall the days leading to the founding of Malaysia in 1963.

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Malaysia Day Special - New Hope, New Challenges

MALAYSIA may have been formed in 1963, but believe it or not, it wasn’t until 2010 that Malaysia Day was celebrated as a national public holiday. Prior to that, it was a state holiday only in Sabah and Sarawak.

Chance for selfies with 'giant' wristbands as #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk kicks off in Penang

BUTTERWORTH: Have you been diligently wearing that red wristband to tell everyone you are #AnakAnakMalaysia?

#AnakAnakMalaysia: Better together

ON this special day, Malaysians near and far have voiced their hopes for a better future.

Walk a great way to showcase diversity and promote inclusiveness, say participants

PASIR GUDANG: Donning new #AnakAnakMalaysia T-shirts and striking red wristbands, more than 5,000 participants from all walks of life converged on Eco Tropics here on Saturday to take part in the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2018.

Participants putting colourful ribbons on a giant Jalur Gemilang placed near the starting point of the walk.

Interactive pit stops add to the excitement

THE interactive and captivating pit stops were the talk of participants during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk.

(From left) Gan Chun Kit, 25, Ng Yun Pei, 25, and Leekie Po, 25, posing at a giant replica of the AnakAnakMalaysia Wristband.

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