Who are we? The National Diaspora Symposium is organized by a committee of Christian believers from various denominations and mission organizations. The committee is led by Brother Andrew Ng, the Executive Director and Founder of ElShaddai Centre Berhad and Migrant Ministry Klang (MMK). The Third Symposium Since the launch of the first Symposium in 2015,…

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The ERLC concert aim graduation held in November was awesome and exuberant. The parents and guests had filled the seating capacity of the hall long before the event started officially. In the middle of the hall, the students from the kindergarten to Year 6 were dressed in their cultural and modern costumes waiting eagerly to…

The plea of the refugee women in Gombak to send their children a school to learn basic English and mathematics as well as for them to learn Bahasa Melayu and English to survive in this country and to prepare them for repatriation was finally answered after close to two years of waiting, planning and praying….

On 12 and 19 September 2017, 102 students aged 12 and above attended the HIV/AIDS Workshop. The workshop materials were prepared by the Soroptomist International Club. They believe that educators and parents should educate teenagers and their families about AIDS. Topics covered were How HIV Works, HIV Transmission, Signs & Symptoms of HIV/AIDS, HIV Prevention…

A workshop on Personal Safety for Children was conducted on 26 September and 3 October 2017. The materials were prepared by the Soroptimist International Club, focusing mainly on teaching children to protect themselves in potentially dangerous situations and from people who might harm them. The 70 students who attended this workshop were aged 8 to…

How was it, being part of the Spartan Race 2017? Sang: I felt so excited because it was my first time taking part in a race, and moreover it was the famous “Spartan Race”. It was very challenging and I felt motivated to continue the race after witnessing a group of ladies finishing the race….

To help students understand what it is like to be a handicapped person, and the difficulty these people face, a 3-hour talk cum activity was conducted on 22 August 2017. This day was appropriately named Physically Challenged Day as the students were exposed to different types of challenges of being physically handicapped. There were 5…

To appreciate and understand the world’s diverse cultures, students from Year 3–6 celebrated International Day in conjunction with their study of the value of ‘tolerance’. It was held on 1 August 2017. They portrayed the Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Indian, Chinese, Myanmarese and Ghanaian cultures. The day started with a costume competition where students paraded the…

Following up on what they have learnt about “creativity” in the Character Building class this year, students and teachers from Year 3 to 6 put their creativity juices to work for a Dance Competition. It was held on 25 July 2017. They chose the song “Take It All” which has a loud, energetic music requiring…

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