Author: eHomemakers

Everyday Is Mother’s Day

Source: Sin Chew Jit Poh


March 3, 2001 0

Homeworkers In Print

Source : The Star, October 2000 How would you like to know the inner workings of working from your own home? If you’re on the brink of such a decision, check out Working@Home – A Guidebook for Working Women and Homemakers for some interesting pointers. Written by a team of full-time mothers who work from home, the book…
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October 31, 2000 0

About The Author, Chong Sheau Ching

Sources: Malaysian Voices, 2000 Born and bred in Ipoh, the third largest town in Malaysia, Chong Sheau Ching attained her bachelor’s degrees in Food Science and Nutrition in Canada and a master’s degree in International Administration  in the United States.  She spent ten years working in international organizations on community empowerment through health and informal education, poverty alleviation and sustainable…
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October 31, 2000 0

Much Sweat And Tears Over Project

By June Chan Swee Lin Seeing the colourful cover of the book Working@Home in the October issue of Clove, a magazine published by The Star, was both a relief and a delight to me. Read more.


October 15, 2000 0

Mothers For Mothers

Source: Bonda Magazine


January 31, 2000 0

Working At Home – kyip Hypermart

Source: kyip, 2000 A community project initiated by Mothers for Mothers, the book, entitled “Working @ Home“: a guidebook for working women and homemakers is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency through the Canadian High Commission, The Australian High Commissio, Nestle (Malaysia) Berhad and Agensi Pekerjaan myHRpal.com Sdn Bhd. Co-written by four mothers, namely Audrey…
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January 31, 2000 0

Sacrifice Or Achievement?

Source: Catholic Asian News By: Chong Sheau Ching    


July 31, 1999 0