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Christian alliance against drugs

Samuel Wong is working fulltime with Malaysian Care#8217;s drug rehabilitation and prison ministry to help other addicts overcome their dependence on drugs. He is also part of the Klang Valley Alliance (KVA), a group of eight Christian rehabilitation centres.


Games for rehab centres

THE Exodus Games for recovering drug addicts will be held tomorrow at the Matsushita Stadium Shah Alam and about 500 recovering drug addicts from 20 community run drug rehabilitation centres are expected to take part.


A race to put the past behind

FOR the 450 participants of the 6th Exodus Games on Saturday, the sporting challenges they overcame were as much a measure of their mental and spiritual strength as their physical capabilities.


Volunteers in aid of drug addicts

Come Saturdays, rain or shine, the street-feeding programme for drug addicts continues as usual at a back lane behind Petaling Street.


Sale of posters in aid of homes

Two homes - Stepping Stone and the Kenosis Home - will benefit from the sale of posters in a recently launched charity project by Biz Buddies, a KL-based business network group.


City Watch


The focus is on charity

A charity photo exhibition was held recently at the Curve Shopping Mall in Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya in aid of the Stepping Stones Home, and Kenosis Home.


Annual fair offers decor tips

THE annual Home and Furnishing Fair at Mid Valley Megamall is back until Sept 24, with 21 of the mall's home and furnishing retailers showcasing their products and interior designs, while offering special deals to patrons.


Sultan launches ‘On The Beat’ authored by Wong

THE easy-going and laidback atmosphere of the Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur was the unprecedented venue for the launch of a book authored by executive director and group chief editor of Star Publications (M) Bhd Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai entitled i>On The Beat/i>.


A journo’s jottings

In the face of brickbats from politicians and pundits, through holidays and hectic days, a newspaperman wrote his piece every week for 14 years, staying steadfastly on the middle path.