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IT was an all fun and no work on a Saturday as over 900 people turned up for the Salvation Army’s annual open day and charity food fair at Jalan Logan, Penang.
FIFTY-FIVE Indian families from the Berapit constituency each received a RM50 cash voucher from their assemblyman Heng Lee Lee to mark Deepavali.
WITH nowhere else to turn to, 32-year-old P. Rajeswary and her five children almost became homeless after failing to pay rent.
PETALING JAYA: A young graduate is determined to help stateless children obtain formal education after seeing his best friend forgo university due to poverty.
PUPILS of SK Taman Kepong’s Special Education Programme (PPKI) now have new furniture and equipment, thanks to Eco World Foundation.
Malaysian cabbie Gan See Kiet helps the sick, the blind and the elderly by waiving their fares and goes out of his way to make sure he drives them to their destination.
GEORGE TOWN: No Deepavali is complete without a good supply of muruku and other traditional snacks.
IT’S no secret that the Malaysian government has been pushing for a cashless society. As a homegrown and leading e-wallet in Malaysia, Boost understands the inherent need to “Boost My Malaysia” by leading by example and supporting the needs of Malaysians that will positively impact the economic and social fabric of the nation in pursuit of the government’s aspirations of transforming into a cashless society and digital economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia must focus on producing graduates who can think logically and be able to solve problems, says former finance minister Tun Dr Daim Zainuddin, 81.
Marketing professional turned freelance writer Fan Eemei is conducting a fundraising campaign for a learning centre for refugee children in conjunction with her birthday.