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30 graduate from Philips kindergarten

THIRTY children graduated from Tabika Kemas-Philips Kampung Senggang in Kuala Kangsar, Perak, recently after attending pre-school classes for almost a year,

Lifestyle

Shaping them right for the future

Recently Rumah Amal Cahaya Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (Ractar), received a helping hand from the Inner Wheel Club of Kuala Lumpur.

Lifestyle

Hope for the hopeless

Hope is written on the face of this HIV-infected child who is a beneficiary of the Rejoice Urban Development Project in Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. For thousands living with the scourge of AIDS, the charity set-up offers hope and dignity for their tortured existence.

Lifestyle

Aligning with the planets

By T. SELVA

Lifestyle

Building special bond with the less fortunate

B>A/B>FTER conducting the street poll in Pangkor Island the day before, the Bright Roving Annoying Teens (BRATs) were ready to take their newly learned skills to the next level by visiting the Diamond Home in Ayer Tawar, Perak. It was an opportunity to lend a hand and give back to the community.

ASEAN+

Gem of an idea to curb sexy dressing

Appalled by female students who wear short, tight school uniforms, a Bangkok university is planning to raffle off diamond and gold jewellery to co-eds who dress modestly.---------------------------------------------

Education

The evolution of school uniforms

Before uniforms were introduced in 1953, students were free to wear anything to school. But even when schools started introducing uniforms, they were able to maintain their own identity because of their respective distinctive designs - which allowed for some comparison among students to see whose school had the most nifty togs.

Lifestyle

Afghan girls on the ball

In conservative Afghanistan the unthinkable is happening #8211; girls removing their scarves and playing soccer, reports ANGIE RAMOS.

Education

Germans debate pupils' dress code

EXPOSURE: Swimwear models in Germany. With backless T-shirts and bare midriffs all the rage among German students, educators say it is hard to tell whether they are going to school, the beach or the nightclub.

Letters

Disturbing views about rape

From KEITH YEW, Petaling Jaya