Malaysian student kindness campaign wins on global stage alongside New York Times, Guardian, AJ+, etc

GLASGOW: R.AGE and SP Setia’s #StandTogether campaign to end hate and intolerance has received global recognition at the 2018 World Digital Media Awards (WDMA) here in the UK.

R.AGE editor Ian Yee accepting the World Digital Media Award in Glasgow for the #StandTogether kindness campaign by R.AGE and SP Setia. The award recognises the best digital media campaigns by news publishers around the world.

Sharing the spirit of kindness

PETALING JAYA: A movement to push back against hate and intolerance in Malaysia is taking hold in schools across the country, funded and supported by the #StandTogether kindness campaign.

All for one: SJKC Shang Wu pupils showing their support for the campaign.

Famous faces help spread kindness and become role models

PETALING JAYA: The student-driven #StandTogether movement has resonated deeply with a host of top Malaysian celebrities and opinion leaders, many of whom volunteered to return to their schools to spread the message of kindness, and visit other participating schools as well.

Centre of attention: Jinnyboy giving high fives to pupils during a #StandTogether National Kindness Week school visit.

Winners motivated to continue spreading kindness

PETALING JAYA: Amid a renewed determination to push the student-led National Kindness Week movement forward, winners at the #StandTogether Kindness Concert returned to their schools with much fanfare.

Proud day: SP Setia CEO Datuk Khor Chap Jen (white t-shirt), Lim (third from left),  and SMK Chung Hua teacher Liew Sook Khim (fourth from left) together with other winners and SK Taman Maluri students at the event. SMG Group Advisor Datuk Wong Chun Wai (hands raised) was also present.

R.AGE's musical rally for kindness starts today

SETIA ALAM: Thousands of Malaysians are expected to show up at the Setia City Convention Centre today to make a stand against hate and intolerance at the country’s first-ever Kindness Concert.

Stand against hate, intolerance

SETIA ALAM: Thousands of Malay­sians are expected to show up at the Setia City Convention Centre today to make a stand against hate and intolerance at the country’s first-ever Kindness Concert.

Mass cheer: Performer Nik Qistina pictured here during a Kindness Week school visit.

SP Setia CEO is building a kinder Malaysia

WHEN Datuk Khor Chap Jen - CEO of mega property developer SP Setia - graduated from Universiti Malaya around 40 years ago, the neighbours in his hometown pooled money together to buy a congratulatory ad in the newspaper.

Meet-and-greet top M’sian celebs at Kindness Concert

PETALING JAYA: The public will be able to meet with some of Malaysia’s biggest celebrities, including actress Lisa Surihani, comedian Harith Iskander and YouTubers Arwind Kumar and Jinnyboy, at two exclusive meet-and-greet sessions at the #StandTogether Kindness Concert this May 4.

Kindness takes centre stage

PETALING JAYA: This Saturday, thousands of Malaysians will be standing together against hate and intolerance at the first-ever #StandTogether Kindness Concert.

Spreading the culture of kindness at the workplace

SHAH ALAM: Kindness begins at home and SP Setia Bhd is doing just that to reinforce the culture of kindness at its workplace.