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Exciting experience for Japanese visiting SMK Sri Rahmat

JOHOR BARU: Students from Okinawa Kenritsu Maehara High School, Japan describe Malaysian students as friendly and courteous.

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Boost for arts and culture

DESPITE the relentless heat, hordes of artists, cartoonists and cosplayers were present at the lively Pekan Kartun Kellie’s 2015 event.

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Youths embrace message of wristband campaign

MILLIONS of people in the world have embraced a simple yet effective method of supporting a cause or stating a belief just by wearing a wristband.

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Reliving spirit of 1957 to a ‘T’

IN CONJUNCTION with the theme #sehatisejiwa for this year’s National Day celebrations, Atria Shopping Gallery collaborated with Projek57 to instil hope and the spirit of Merdeka among Malaysians.

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Parking lots turned into mini plots of creativity and culture

MANY parking lots in the heritage enclave of inner George Town in Penang were transformed into mini plots of culture and heritage, ideas and greenery under the inaugural Park(ing) Day initiative.

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Parking lots turned into mini plots of creativity and culture

MANY parking lots in the heritage enclave of inner George Town in Penang were transformed into mini plots of culture and heritage, ideas and greenery under the inaugural Park(ing) Day initiative.

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A place to socialise

Ministry hopes to have activity centres for senior citizens in each parliamentary constituency.

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Fading allure of traditional sports

IN this modern world of technological gadgets, many traditional sports and childhood games may not survive.

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Fostering ties among students

PASIR GUDANG: Laughter was in the air as some 250 students from Chiba Keiai High School in Japan were welcomed during a cultural exchange programme in Politeknik Ibrahim Sultan here.

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Having fun the old-school way

THE ‘I.CNY’ charity event held at SJK (C) Shang Wu in Air Itam, Penang, revived several traditional games that were popular before digital games took over.