Protecting walkers from sun’s UV rays

GEARING up for the #AnakAnakMalaysia walk 2018? Do not forget to protect your skin with some sunblock.

Tan says Nivea is a brand that stands for unity.

Malaysians have a ‘Bon’ like no other

Petaling Jaya: Fashion designer Bon Zainal Harun believes that patriotism and people can not only co-exist, but are “co-related”.

Looking good: (from left) Engku Kay, Bon Zainal, Niousha Roohbakhsh, Rasta Rashid, Nizar Boy, (kneeling from left) Mark Westwood and Caroline Wass posing with their wristbands.

Sending good wishes from abroad

BEIJING: Birthday greetings and messages are flying home from Malaysians here, wishing the country a happy National Day.

Missing home: Malaysians in Beijing participating in the AnakAnakMalaysia campaign. — Photo courtesy of Rodney Looi

‘It’s all about love for the country’

KUALA LUMPUR: Merdeka means communities coming together and showing their love for the nation, says Datuk Wan Kamaruzaman Wan Ahmad.

Ready for action: Wan Kamaruzaman (centre) and his staff will be participating in the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk, to be held in Shah Alam on Sept 2.

Ibrahim: Patriotic walks are memorable

PETALING JAYA: Memories made at previous #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk are priceless. Others must experience it too, says Datuk Ibrahim Abdul Rahman.

Being patriotic: Ibrahim (right) and Wong are proud to wear the AnakAnakMalaysia Walk wristbands.

Get refreshed with coconut water at walk

PARTICIPANTS of #AnakAnak Malaysia Walk 2018 can look forward to enjoying coconut water and chips at the sporting event this year.

Yap (left) presenting the sponsored products to Star Media Group Account Servicing senior executive S. Sheralyn Lisa in Menara Star, Petaling Jaya.

Suria FM and 988 DJs join in the fun

PETALING JAYA: Suria FM DJ Sharifah Shahirah is looking forward to spending quality time with her family during the #AnakAnakMalay­sia Walk.

Raring to go: 988 DJs Fish (left) and Cassey are excited to join the walk.
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Distance is no barrier for M’sians abroad

PETALING JAYA: For some Malaysians abroad, their homeland remains a great source of strength no matter where life takes them.

nternational love: Eco World staff posing for pictures near the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House in Australia.

Walk a good way to build family bond

PETALING JAYA: Families should take advantage of community walks as a way of spending quality time together.

Three generations: Pola (in orange) with (from left) wife Rina, grandson Nathan, granddaughter Hannah, daughter Cheryl Kaur and son-in-law Chris showing their love for the nation after a walk at the Bukit Kiara park.

Malaysians ready to enjoy walk

PETALING JAYA: Wan Nor Balkish Mior Izhan is hoping she will be second time lucky this year and win another lucky draw prize at this year’s #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk.

Raring to go: Wan Nor Balkish and Muhammad Afiq showing their goodie bags after collecting them on behalf of their colleagues from Aeon Co (M) Bhd at Menara Star in Petaling Jaya. They will be sending a team of nine this year.