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In the five years since it was set up, Nanyang Foundation has managed to build a solid reputation for itself in charitable work. It now plans to move on to other things, writes SHANTINI SUNTHARAJAH.
Yang di-Pertuan Besar Tuanku Ja'afar Tuanku Abdul Rahman has called on Malaysians to remain united and maintain a high level of tolerance.
Waiting constantly for free handouts of food and personal items was what eventually turned Ma Kong Loi away from a life of drugs and wrongdoing.
Corporations and financial institutions that fail to fulfil their social obligations came under fire from several backbenchers during the tabling of an amendment to the Housing Loans Fund Act.
The Government has proposed that a standard school timetable be used nationwide to allow children to simultaneously receive educational radio and television programmes and take part in teleconferencing.
A report containing details on the 'build and sell' concept is being prepared by the Housing and Local Government Ministry for consideration by the Cabinet.
Although she took a bullet in her chest when a Thai man ran amok and fired four shots at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital last December, it did not deter her from continuing to serve as a Malaysian Red Crescent Society volunteer.
It is indeed rare to hear of a five-year-old boy writing a children's book. But it is more extraordinary when that same boy decides to donate all the proceeds from the sale of his book to help the cause of underprivileged children.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and his deputy Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak were among 60 dignitaries and corporate figures who helped to 'put a smile on a child's face' when they took part in a TV3 charity golf event on Saturday.
Malaysians are fortunate to live in the land of plenty and do not know that they have a lot until they travel, said head teacher Fauziah Tahar who returned from Sri Lanka recently.