Big dreams

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WHAT do you want to be when you grow up? Some chil­dren as­pire to be doc­tors, engi­neers and teach­ers. Let’s hear what Starchild read­ers want to be when they be­come adults. An­i­mal lover

seven, says: “I love an­i­mals very much and want to be a ve­teri­nar­ian.”

Zheng Lin,

Tor­rance Wong

Evan Au-Yong Tjun Jie,

eight, prefers to ven­ture into the food busi­ness, spe­cial­is­ing in dough­nuts. “Ev­ery­one loves dough­nuts. It makes a tasty evening snack or dessert treat. I want to sell dough­nuts in dif­fer­ent flavours, rang­ing from red vel­vet to ly­chee and orange. Cus­tomers can choose from rain­bow glazed, to sushi-style glazed with white ic­ing and licorice. I want to go to pas­try school to learn how to make the best dough­nuts in town.” Younger sib­ling

five, wants to open a Hello Kitty shop. “My shop will be named My Lit­tle Hello Kitty. I hope to visit Hello Kitty Land in Jo­hor Baru, soon. Seven-year-old

wants to be a doc­tor and help peo­ple who are sick. “I will give them medicine to make them bet­ter. I must study hard to be a good doc­tor.”

“My am­bi­tion is to be ei­ther an artist or a singer,” writes

nine.

Tjia Ern,

Marissa Au Yong

Abel Raj

Han­nah Amisha

Nu­rul Nas­reen Adlee,

Sharmila Si­va­sun­dram,

nine, wants to be a chef. “If I be­come a chef, I would like to work in a five-star ho­tel in Malaysia. I will try to cre­ate a few new recipes and be­come fa­mous.”

“I want to be a sci­en­tist. I like to ex­per­i­ment things. I would also like to be an add maths tu­tor like my fa­ther,” writes seven. Younger sib­ling

five, writes: “I love to draw pic­tures. My am­bi­tion is to be an artist. How­ever, my fa­ther al­ways in­spires me to be­come a teacher.”

Omm Sri Su­dar­mani,

Shadguru

Su­dar­mani,

Bhu­ven­raj Ganesh,

eight, wants to be a cap­tain of a big ocean liner. “I love the sea very much. Ev­ery day, my par­ents take me to Swet­ten­ham Pier (in Pe­nang) to watch the ships sail and berth. I check the ships’ routes and ar­rivals and de­par­ture online through ma­rine traf­fic GPS. I love to learn about ships and the ocean.”

nine, as­pires to be a ve­teri­nar­ian. “I want to help an­i­mals that are sick and in­jured. A vet has to know what is wrong with the an­i­mal and pre­scribe the right medicine.”

Younger brother seven, writes: “When I grow up, I want to be a pi­lot.”

“I have al­ways wanted to be a writer since I was five years old. I love to read books and I have lots of them. My daddy loves to read books, too, and buys me books for my birth­day and Christ­mas. Through writ­ing, I can ex­press my feel­ings and ideas. I hope my am­bi­tion will come true,” writes nine.

nine, writes: “My am­bi­tion is to be a teacher. To be an ed­u­ca­tor, I must study hard and get good grades in my ex­ams.”

Eight-year-old wants to be a teacher, too. “I think teach­ing is fun. If I were a teacher, I would make my class full of joy.”

Brave eight, wants to be a po­lice­man. “My job is to catch bad guys like thieves and mur­der­ers. I want to pro­tect in­no­cent peo­ple from harm. I want to make Malaysia a safe and peace­ful coun­try.”

“I want to be a fash­ion de­signer when I grow up. I will de­sign cloth­ing for chil­dren and adults. I will use spe­cial fab­rics to make trendy dresses,”

Hoo Ru Yi,

Hoo Jun Yi, Lau­ryn Tan Zi Yi,

Kirthika Vel­lasamy,

Wong Sze Xuen

Rexis Lwi Bao Xi,

Ma­bel Ngo Yi Hui, Vys­nawy Thi­a­gara­jan,

writes seven. 10, as­pires to be an ed­u­ca­tor. “I want to be an English teacher. I will teach stu­dents to learn English through story-telling and poetry.”

“I want to be a doc­tor like Daddy,” writes six. – Com­piled by Sheela Chan­dran

Aaron Abraham Xavier,

The new year is just around the cor­ner. Some of us make new year res­o­lu­tions – we may pledge to study harder, save more money or break bad habits.

What do you hope for in 2014? Tell us how are you plan­ning to at­tain your goals.

How will you usher in the new year? Are you go­ing to at­tend a party or watch a movie with your fam­ily or friends? Draw a card with a new year greet­ing to a friend. You could also make a list of your new year res­o­lu­tions.

All let­ters must carry your full name, age (open to chil­dren aged 12 and be­low only), gen­der, e-mail ad­dress, phone con­tact and ad­dress. Don’t for­get to write your name be­hind the draw­ing and the topic,

on the en­ve­lope. Please do not cel­lotape or sta­ple pieces of pa­per to your draw­ing. All let­ters must reach us by Send your let­ters to:

ITEM:

New Year Res­o­lu­tions,

Dec 27. Starchild, c/o Star2 Star Pub­li­ca­tions (M) Bhd Me­nara Star, 15, Jalan 16/11 46350 Pe­tal­ing Jaya, Se­lan­gor

Lee Ke Lin

Hoo ru yi,

bhu­ven­raj Ganesh, 8

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