CanHOPE Kuching representatives pay courtesy visit

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CanHOPE’s Connie Tan, Area Manager, Counsellor (EM) (right) and Teo Chui Hung Admin assistant (left) pay New Sarawak Tribune and Suara Sarawak a visit in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year. Receiving the hampers on behalf of the newspapers are Sales and Marketing manager Jason Chua (second left) and Business Development and Special Function executive Dorge Rajah.

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