To quote Mahatma Gandhi, “It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of silver and gold”. Without health, you would not be able to enjoy the many fruits of your labour. There are many ways you can consider to maintain or improve your health and stay in tip-top condition.
1 April 2016 marked the day where the 3rd batch of Management Trainee Development Program (MTDP v3.0) trainees started their programme. Being a part of this wonderful and amazing group of individuals, we were all rotated to various departments within the CMS Head Office. At the very start of the programme, I was assigned to my specialised field – Group Finance.
During the week, you may have started your morning with a sweaty Zumba workout, learnt about the dangers of processed food, found out a range of great applications to help your child enjoy learning, made healthy versions of child-friendly pizza and cookies, attended stress-busting finger painting, or got active at crab football.
Hello all Veg-Lovers, do drop by our “Garden in the Air” on the 2nd floor of Wisma Mahmud, Kuching and become a lover of the Garden Pal.
The Kindy celebrated the World Earth Day in line with the internationally recognised day of 22 April 2016 and this event is the start of our “Love My World” recycling and conservation journey.
And so, there is this joke about the love/hate relationship between auditors and clients.
Auditor: We’re coming to audit you soon. Will you guys be available?
Auditee: Sure, you know we love you guys!
Auditee: Well, we hate to see you coming and love to see you going.
Since January 2016, Sarawak had experienced heavy downpour which resulted in homes being flooded or affected by landslides, particularly during a high tide phenomenon.
Tunku Putra School teachers relish the opportunity to collaborate across subjects and hence the reason for introducing the cross curricular activity Spy Day. The skills and knowledge students develop in the area of Mathematics, Science and History are essential for student success.
This year’s CMS Management Trainee Development Programme (MTDP) received an overwhelming response, with over 400 applicants applying from various the professional and academic backgrounds; all keen to secure a place in the programme.