Listen, you can inspire kids to be kinder

PETALING JAYA: Parents who want to help create a kinder society for their children can learn from developmental psychologist Dr Goh Chee Leong at a free talk tomorrow.

Free talk on dealing with bullies

FIGHTING with bullies will not solve the problem of bullying, said Malaysian Psychological Association president Dr Goh Chee Leong.

Goh will talk on ‘Creating a Culture of Kindness Against Bullying‘.

Challenging students to be ‘baik hati’ online

PETALING JAYA: In conjunction with the #StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign, Digi is challenging young netizens to make social media kind again.

Spread the love: ‘This competition is your chance to show the online world that yes, SMK Damansara Jaya is kind, Malaysia is kind,’ said Ling during his talk.
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Let’s tackle bullying together

#StandTogether is a bullying prevention campaign jointly organised by R.AGE and SP Setia with the aim of creating an annual National Kindness Week in schools every first week of April.

Lisa Surihani goes to Johor to spread the word of goodwill for campaign

AYER HITAM: School students were given a special treat when they gathered at SK Kota Dalam here to welcome actress Lisa Surihani, whose visit was in conjunction with the #StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign.

Standing united: Lisa (back row, fifth from left) posing at SK Kota Dalam School in Batu Pahat.

Actress lends support to create kinder environs in schools

PETALING JAYA: Thirty lucky teachers and school principals in the southern region will get a chance to meet actress Lisa Surihani this Sunday thanks to the #StandTogether National Kindness Week campaign.

Lisa will be speaking about how to create a kinder environment in schools at SK Kota Dalam. — IZZRAFIQ ALIAS /The Star.
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‘Kindness – that’s all it takes’

TAIPING: Sometimes, it just takes a simple act of kindness to change a student’s life, and that’s exactly what happened to SP Setia chairman Tan Sri Dr Wan Zahid Mohd Noordin.

Overcome with emotion: Wan Zahid (left) and Old Edwardians Association Malaysia president Mohaideen Mohd Ishack broke into tears when they spoke about Wan Zahid’s former teacher at SMK King Edward VII in Taiping.

‘Why bully when you can be kind instead’

IPOH: A few months ago, Datuk Wong Tuck Wai was shown a video of a boy being beaten up in school.

Right there: Wong showing where he used to sit during his schooldays at SMK St Michael’s in Ipoh, Perak.

Wong pays tribute to friends and teachers at SXI for making him the person he is today

WHEN Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai visited his alma mater St Xavier’s Institution (SXI) in Penang, one of the first stops he made was the chapel, where he said a little prayer.

Wong sharing his thoughts with students at St Xavier’s Institution in Farquhar Street, Penang.
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It’s our duty to stop bullying, says Wong

GEORGE TOWN: Whenever Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai talks about his secondary school days at St Xavier’s Institution (SXI), his eyes light up with pride – until he gets to the topic of bullying.

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