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School shows concern with art

KUALA LUMPUR: Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia Masahiko Horie received more than 10 works of art containing well-wishes and prayers from students of Sri Dasmesh School.

Messages of love: Horie (centre) accepting the greeting cards and paper cranes from Sri Dasmesh pupils at the embassy Friday. With them is Sukdev (white turban).

Messages of love: Horie (centre) accepting the greeting cards and paper cranes from Sri Dasmesh pupils at the embassy Friday. With them is Sukdev (white turban).

School director Sukdev Singh said it had set aside one period on Thursday for students from Year One to Form Five to complete the art pieces done to remember the massive earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11.

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