Kindness campaign melts hearts in Putrajaya

PUTRAJAYA: The #StandTogether Kindness Tour rolled into Putrajaya and left a huge impression on the more than 300 teachers and students who attended it.

Chef Wan surprises ‘Kindness Workshop’ in Malacca

AYER KEROH: Datuk Chef Wan gave teachers and students here a special surprise when he showed up at the #StandTogether Kindness Tour workshop at SMK Ayer Keroh.

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Observe kindness week, MPs urged

PETALING JAYA: Rembau MP Khairy Jamaluddin has called on Members of Parliament to join Ma­­lay­­sian schools in observing Natio­nal Kindness Week on the first week of April, to help end the increasingly “hateful” rhetoric across the country.

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Schools taught to counter bullying with kindness

SEREMBAN: Students and teachers from 47 schools gathered at SMK Seri Pagi to learn how to deal with bullying situations during the second leg of the #StandTogether nationwide Kindness Tour.

Students and teachers from four different districts of Negeri Sembilan pose with the StandTogether partners (From left) Khaled, IMU psychology lecturer Alexius Cheang, group branding & communications manager Jocelyn Lee (middle back), educational planning and research division assistant director Fakhriyyah Muhardi (middle row, fifth from left).

International and public schools join forces to spread kindness

KUALA LUMPUR: Two schools with very different backgrounds – the SK Jalan Bellamy public school and the international Alice Smith School – are joining forces to promote kindness during the #StandTogether National Kindness Week.

A memorable day: Tengku Zatashah taking a wefie with students during her visit to the Alice Smith school in Jalan Bellamy in Kuala Lumpur. — AZMAN GHANI / The Star

Standing together on kindness week

PETALING JAYA: The Ma­lay­sia-based #StandTogether National Kindness Week school movement is inspiring orga­­nisations in other countries across the region to join in the “Kindness Revolution”.

A chat bot to promote kindness

KUALA LUMPUR: To drive a new kindness movement in Malaysia, the #StandTogether campaign has teamed up with U-Report to develop an interactive National Kindness Week chat bot targeted at schools.

Smells like team spirit: A group of students exploring the WhatsApp-based National Kindness Week chat bot.

‘Join us in creating a kinder M’sia’

KUALA LUMPUR: Students of the #StandTogether campaign have called on “the adults” to join them in creating a kinder Malaysia by observing National Kindness Week on the first week of April.

United force: Students, celebrities and VIPs from SP Setia, Star Media Group, Digi, Unicef Malaysia and International Medical University celebrating the launch of the 2019 StandTogether National Kindness Week. The campaign was officiated by VIPs including Tengku Zatashah (12th from right), Wan Mohd Zahid (13th from right), and Wong (fourth from right).

Movement set to grow even further next year

PETALING JAYA: The #StandTogether kindness movement by R.AGE and SP Setia is set to grow even further next year, as it continues to call for a National Kindness Week to be observed every first week of April.

The Star R.AGE's kindness campaign honoured at HK digital media summit

HONG KONG: The #StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign by SP Setia and R.AGE was honoured with a gold award at the Digital Media Asia summit.

Star Media Group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai (second from left) celebrating the #StandTogether campaign’s award win at the Digital Media Summit in Hong Kong. With him are (from left) R.AGE journalist Shanjeev Reddy,  Yee and Star Media Group chief content officer Esther Ng.