Cheras Chess Academy 
Chess makes me Smart
Great Chess Minds 
make Great Students!

 


From left: Chew Wen Da, Liew Ken Yew, Olivia Madhavan, 
Camilia Johari, Collin Madhavan and Joshua Teo. 

       With the help of TheSun newspapers, Mercy Malaysia, friends and the chess community, the Cheras Chess Academy and Kids for Chess Program managed to raise RM5,770 in donations for victims of the recent Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines. '

     


My good friends, Goh Ah Kow (left) and Tan Lip Heong.

       The Haiyan Relief Chess Match was a simultaneous chess match where 5 students and Master Collin played more than 70 consecutive chess games against donors and their nominees at the International Youth Centre in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. The match lasted 3 hours. 


Olivia Madhavan 


The ever smiling Chee Fatt with Xin Tai and Samuel Khor. 


Camilia Johari (standing) facing Jeremy Phuah.


Chew Wen Da (standing) 


Liew Ken Yew (standing) with Low Chee Pang (seated, right)

          


Collin Madhavan (standing)


Joshua Teo

          
Camilia Johari


Joshua Teo


Liew Ken Yew

      

      

    

                


In the background playing (standing from left) are 
Olivia Madhavan (white blouse), Chew Wen Da (red shirt), 
Liew Ken Yew (white shirt) and Camilia Johari (black blouse). 
Photo credits to Daniel Chan of the TheSun newspapers. 

Thanks for everyone's support. 
                   I believe that we made a small difference.
 


                          
The charity chess match was also mentioned in:                                    

TheSun newspapers   & 

         Grandmaster Susan Polgar's blog.

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