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Finding joy in being different

JUST like any normal person, around 50 special needs children sang and danced during an event at Hotel Jen in George Town, Penang, to raise awareness for autism and special needs individuals.

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Thankful for RM200,000 donation

NON-governmental organisation Perak Association for Intellectually Disabled (Pafid) president Datuk Dr Yeoh Beng San commended donors for their generous contributions despite the slowing economy.

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Uniting special needs people through bocce

A BOCCE tournament brought together 70 intellectually disabled people from different community centres in Malaysia.

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Goh-ing for the ultimate prize

WINNING the Youth Olympic gold may have come as a surprise for national shuttler Goh Jin Wei, but it has certainly spurred her to work harder to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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Talented athletes honoured by school

A PENANG Free School (PFS) boy who can do the 100m dash in 10.52s and his schoolmate who practices swimming three hours daily have been recognised by the school.

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Challenging cycling trail picked for games

MOUNTAIN bikers will have their limits put to the test at the Mountain Bike (MTB) Cross Country Race during the Asia Pacific Masters Games (APMG) 2018.

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Yosakoi returns with more dash

A MOTLEY collection of colours, dances and cultural activities was the order of the day at the Yosakoi Parade 2018.

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Yosakoi promises more fun and flair

VISITORS can expect a full-day spectacle with new activities at the Penang Yosakoi 2018 to be held at the Esplanade tomorrow.

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Klang pays tribute to legendary goalkeeper Arumugam

Padang Pekeliling and Jalan Pekeliling in Port Klang will have a new name soon – Arumugam, as in the late legendary goalkeeper R. Arumugam a.k.a. Spiderman.

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Special Olympics Sarawak sees results with its weight loss programme

SIBU: Weight loss programme for special needs children will be the main agenda of the Special Olympics Sarawak next year.