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Everybody deserves a day in honour of what they do. Teachers certainly are among the most deserving. For the countless hours of selfless service, hard work, patience and understanding, they warrant the title of 'Idol'.
Marion Caunter, co-host of the popular I>The 8TV Quickie/Iprogramme, is glad that she made the move to come home to Malaysia from the United States. So are we.
Over 5,000 people have signed up for Ipoh Starwalk 2004, which will be held at Dataran Ipoh on April 25.
THE young and enterprising from 13 schools made their debut at a real marketplace - Gurney Plaza in Penang - in an event, themed I>YE goes to Gurney Plaza/I>.
Compared with the numerous clubs and societies students can choose from today, the choices in the past was limited, with only a handful of options in some schools.
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.
JUST like the first two Junior BRATs camp, the one held at the end of June in Lumut was made up of 40 participants aged between 13 and 15 years old. But this time, the participants were all girls from two schools in Ipoh, Methodist Girls School and Main Convent.
In conjunction with the I>Malaya in Pictures/Icontest, NEIL KHOR JIN KEONG takes a trip back to old Ipoh town.
A petite Tracie Ang of Malacca made up for her absence in the national schools (MSSM) championships recently when she returned with a bang to emerge as the top performer of the opening leg of the SportExcel-NSC-Milo Junior Artistic Gymnastic Championships.
The board of governors in mission schools must be vigilant to ensure that their unique character is preserved, writes SIMRIT KAUR.