Dad, you’re the best

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FA­THERS Day is just two days away and our young read­ers have plenty to share on the topic, Daddy Cool. Let’s check out their re­sponses.

“My father is a hard­work­ing man. He likes mo­tor­bikes and his dream bike is a Har­leyDavid­son. He dreams of trav­el­ling around the world on his bike,” says Nur Kyra Zul­laieqa Zulk­i­fle, 10.

Tan Wei Jun, six, writes: “When I cry, my dad is al­ways by my side. He’s my su­per­hero. I love you, Dad. Happy Fa­thers Day.”

Sib­ling Tan Wei En, nine, says: “Dur­ing his free time, Dad teaches me how to do my home­work and read English sto­ry­books. He is like a teacher to me. Happy Fa­thers Day.”

“Father, you are the best. I love you!” says Saan­jeew Raj Uthaya Raj, 10.

Nay­ley Ng Sue Hui, eight, writes: “My father gave me the great­est gift by lov­ing me and be­ing there for me. Happy Fa­thers Day, Papa!”

“My father spends the week­ends with my mother and me. He al­ways en­cour­ages me to study hard. He also en­cour­ages me to ex­plore new things,” says Tanusya Man­imuttu, eight.

Lee Xin Ning, five, says: “My dad likes to eat. On Fa­thers Day, I will pre­pare yummy food for him. My dad is also my best play­mate. I love his hugs and kisses.”

Chang Zhi En, nine, writes: “My daddy can be stern but he is friendly. My sis­ter and I love him very much be­cause we know he loves us more than all the gold in the world.”

Azzim Aarez Shahrul Nizar, six, writes:” I love you to the moon and back, Abah.”

“Happy Fa­thers Day to the best and coolest dad in town” writes sib­ling Adam Aarez Sharul Nizar, nine. His sis­ter, Nur Zara Sofea Shahrul Nizar, five, chips in: “Happy Fa­thers Day.”

“Ev­ery day I look for­ward to my father com­ing home from work. We have din­ner

to­gether and crack jokes. On week­ends, we go cy­cling. I love my father and en­joy do­ing things with him,” writes Inesh Dhayal, six.

Lara Alisha Colin, 11, writes: “Dear Papa, Happy Fa­thers Day. I love you!”

“Happy Fa­thers Day! I love you, Daddy,” says Emelia Chan­drani Suren­thran, six.

“Daddy, you mean the world to me. I love you very much. Thank you for ev­ery­thing!” says Rianne Reisha Abishegam, 11.

ITEM: If you could ask for one su­per­power, what would it be? Would it be the abil­ity to mem­o­rise your lessons in the blink of an eye? Or do you want to have su­per­hu­man strength and speed? How about the abil­ity to fly or travel through time? Per­haps you’d like su­per­pow­ers like shape-shift­ing or telepa­thy? Tell us about it.

All letters must in­clude your full name, age (open to chil­dren aged 12 and be­low), gen­der, e-mail, phone num­ber and ad­dress. Please write your name be­hind the draw­ing and the topic, My Su­per­power, on the en­ve­lope. All letters must reach us by June 30. Send your letters to:

Starchild, c/o Star2

Star Me­dia Group Bhd

Me­nara Star, 15, Jalan 16/11

46350 Petaling Jaya, Se­lan­gor

You can also e-mail your con­tri­bu­tions to star2@thes­ Please put “STARCHILD” in the sub­ject line of your e-mail. Scanned draw­ings should be in jpeg for­mat, with a res­o­lu­tion of 200 dpi.

Nay­ley Ng Sue Hui, 8

Tanusya Man­imuttu, 8

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