NST News Article – Sharing brotherhood the Lasallian way

KUALA LUMPUR: They drank from the same cup even though they were from different races, religions and backgrounds. Such is the camaraderie among Lasallians, which continues until today.

That brotherly bond will be on full display soon when Lasallians renew their acquaintances at the “170 Years of La Salle in Malaysia — Building New Paths, Transforming Lives” gala dinner on Nov 12 at a hotel here.

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In memory of a true Paulian and fine educationist

The late Professor S Ganakumaran, an illustrious son of St Paul’s Institution (SPI) in Seremban and a leading light of Malaysia’s English language teaching fraternity, will be remembered for his significant contributions to education in the country. Read the full article here. Image taken from Free Malaysia Today (FMT), article on 18 March 2021.

Do you know … about our country’s oldest schools?

La Salle School is considered to be one of the few oldest school in our country, Malaysia. Here are some historical information on 5 of the oldest schools in Malaysia mentioned by The Stars. There is also an online article available here. Image taken from The Stars Newspaper, 12 November 2020.


Article written by Adrian David – September 29, 2020 in New Straits Times Click here for the article link. One of the most dedicated old boys of the La Salle schools fraternity, Don Darrell Augustine Jayasekare, lost his battle with cancer. Don Darrell, who had just celebrated his 52nd birthday with family and friends on … Read More

Tribute to a Personable priest – THE STAR ONLINE

Recently, The Star Malaysia has written on Father O.C. Lim, a respected priest, who passed away on June 5 2020. This article is a good read for us La Sallians, in what Reverend Father Lim Ooi Chai experienced and the achievements that he had made throughout his lifetime. Press here for the full press.Source from: … Read More

Putrajaya accused of discrimination as mission schools’ grants dwindle – Malay Mail

Putrajaya was urged to conduct a complete study of the mission schools and hold dialogues with stakeholders to understand the challenges faced by these schools. — Picture by Miera Zulyana – Malay Mail KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 30 — The Education Ministry has been told not to marginalise government-aided schools or mission schools when it comes … Read More

Richard Malanjum sworn in as new Chief Justice – FMT News

Richard Malanjum sworn in as new Chief Justice – FMT News Congratulation to Tan Sri Richard Malanjum, an old boy from La Salle Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. who was made new Chief Justice of Malaysia Malanjum, 65, received his letter of appointment from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V in a ceremony at the Bilik … Read More

Ipoh-born Lim shines – The Star Online

IPOH-BORN LIM SHINES – THE STAR ONLINE Congratulation to Mr Lim Voon Chong, an old boy from St Michael’s Institution who was made a Member of the Order of Australia PETALING JAYA: It was music to the ears of Ipoh-born Lim Voon Chong when he was made a Member of the Order of Australia on June … Read More