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Making Sure Communities Stay Safe

COMMUNITIES are just as important in efforts to lower the risk of infection from Covid-19. Realising this, several groups stepped forward to share some...

A Garden of Eden on the Rooftop

As the Conditional Movement Control Order extends in Klang Valley, a team of designers in Sunway Pyramid took the opportunity to spread positivity by...

Getting an Insight into Mydin’s Roots

“Saya Anak Malaysia” comic book capturing the values and life of the Mydin family makes an interesting read SUCCESS doesn’t come overnight and a read...

EDITORIAL: Sediakan Payung Sebelum Hujan – Prepare for a Rainy Day

BE PREPARED! That’s something I learnt when I was a young boy scout. Those two words have come in very handy every time to...

Do Not React in Fear

By Michelle Ng Writing for a column like SJ Echo is never easy. I can prepare an article a week before with a certain message,...

No to USJ18 Project

Take Your Project Elsewhere Residents are up in arms over a project proposal in USJ18 which proposes to build a food court; sports complex; banquet...

CRAB ISLAND

By Anthony Dylan I had always heard of Pulau Ketam or Crab Island being a must visit place. True, it is not one of...

Making Recycling Efforts More Accessible

By Michelle Ng The Movement Control Order has forced a lot of us to pivot. We must adapt well to survive in these trying times....

Meet Spidey the Petai Man

“Spiderman” takes a break from crime busting to sell petai in Kuala Kubu Baru and Ipoh THE cops will have to go catch the bad...

Speed Demons Beware!

SUBANG JAYA, AUGUST 18 2020: SELANGOR Police will carry out a feasibility study to consider installing AES (Automated Enforcement System) cameras and CCTV cameras...

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