SMK Rantau Panjang’s a winner

KLANG: SMK Rantau Panjang’s efforts in spreading kindness through social media were rewarded when Selangor princess Tengku Zatashah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah dropped by the school for a special assembly on Monday.

Royal support: Tengku Zatashah taking a picture during the assembly with students of SMK Rantau Panjang Klang at the school hall.

Kindness goes a long way

PETALING JAYA: Kindness can be its own reward but a sponsored Teachers Day celebration didn’t hurt the students and staff of Sri KDU secondary school, who won Digi’s #5DaysBaikHatiChallenge.

Winning ways: Ling (left) and Jinnyboy after a talk on cyberbullying with students at Sri KDU in Petaling Jaya.

Addressing bullying in schools

STUDENTS of social science 101 will be familiar with the theory of unintended consequences of purposive action.

Dr Wan Mohd Zahid is welcomed by Old Edwardians Association Malaysia president Mohaideen Mohd Ishack at SMK King Edward XII in Taiping.

Unicef helps to make R.AGE’s kindness campaign a huge success

KOTA KINABALU: The #Stand­Together campaign received another boost when 10,000 people ran for kindness at the Unicef Borneo Marathon.

Stand together to stop bullies

WHILE it may be impossible to rid the world of bullying, understanding it may help us to counter this social issue and create a safer space for children.

Standing together to show a little kindness

Over 6,000 people celebrated kindness at Malaysia’s inaugural #StandTogether Carnival on Sunday, which featured activities for adults and children alike.

The StandTogether celebrity ambassadors (from left) Lisa Surihani, Arwind Kumar, Ann Osman, Jezzamine Lim, Harith and Daphne Iking. — AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

Thousands stand for a kinder M’sia

SHAH ALAM: Over 6,000 people showed up to call for a kinder Malaysia and celebrate Malaysia’s inaugural National Kindness Week at the #StandTogether Carnival at Setia City Convention Centre.

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Students leading the kindness revolution

The inaugural #StandTogether National Kindness Week is a huge success, with over 650 schools taking part and over 100 student-led kindness projects implemented across the country.

(From right) Nur Qamilia, Nur Insyirah, Ulisaa and Nik Nur Alya show how their boxes of kindness idea works.

Coming together to celebrate kindness

SETIA ALAM: A host of celebrities and VIPs will be attending the #StandTogether Carnival here to celebrate the success of Malaysia’s inaugural National Kindness Week.

High-tech entertainment: The Icaros virtual reality experience from Petrosains is one of many family-friendly activities that will be available at the StandTogether Carnival.

Fly 'without wings' at #StandTogether Carnival

PETALING JAYA: Students will be able to fly in the sky or dive into the world’s deepest depths this Sunday (April 15) at the #StandTogether Carnival’s Petrosains booth, thanks to the science of augmented reality.