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Located in the Community Service Centre for the Deaf (CSCD) near Bukit Nenas in Kuala Lumpur, the deaf community will now have an e-learning resource facility equipped with a server, six high-end computers, a media room and a library, to serve their educational and special needs.
When brothers William, 11, and nine-year-old Andrew Hollomon saw the child victims of the tsunami disaster on television they baked cookies and went door to door selling them to people in their apartment block in Bukit Bintang.
For the Lees, giving to those in need is definitely a family affair. Among the stream of people who turned up at Menara Star Tuesday to donate to I>The Star/IEarthquake/ Tsunami Relief Fund were Lee Guo Qing, 15, his brother, Jia Chen, 12, and sister, Jie Xi, 10.
Suwarno drags deeply on his kretek cigarette, the scented fumes swirling lazily in the Indonesian sunshine. Strong and cheap, the exotic smoke leaves him a little dizzy, but each lungful could take his country nearer to its long overdue economic recovery.
The world's biggest financial services group, Citigroup, is reaching out to university students in a big way. Around Asia, its top management are taking time off their busy schedules to deliver seminars or lectures to students pursuing tertiary education in banking and finance.