Assalamualaikum dan Salam Sejahtera.

Kebolehan, minat dan personaliti setiap individu berbeza antara satu sama lain.Masing-masing mempunyai keunikan, keistimewaan dan kelebihan masing-masing. Begitu jua dengan anak-anak BJCK yang disayangi.

Oleh itu, bimbingan kerjaya telah dilaksanakan dengan menggunakan Inventori Minat Kerjaya (IMK) untuk mengenal pasti potensi diri anak-anak yang berumur 13 tahun ke atas. Moga dengan sedikit perkongsian berkaitan kerjaya ini, anak2 BJCK dapat melihat dengan jelas potensi diri, minat, personaliti dan persekitaran pekerjaan yang sesuai.

Pembentukan kerjaya adalah suatu proses yang berterusan. Oleh hal yang demikian, profil ini juga dapat membantu pihak BJCK untuk mengenalpasti potensi dan peluang yang sesuai dengan minat dan kebolehan mereka.

Dengan eksplorasi pengalaman yang dialami oleh anak2 juga, kami yakin dan percaya, anak2 BJCK mampu membina kerjaya yang baik serta menggilap diri agar menjadi permata yang bersinar.


Sekian, terima kasih.

Cikgu Nadia 대박 Daebak

It has been quite some time since the last Japanese language class. Usually the class will be held weekly on Monday, but not anymore due to current situation. However, the students still got the chance to learn about Japanese language and culture today.

A Japanese comedian, Mr Yuichiro Kinjo and a member from the Alumni Look East Policy (ALEPS), Ms Rosila visited Buku Jalanan Chow Kit to share about Okonomiyaki, a famous Japanese street food.

The class started with the introduction of okonomiyaki. What is okonomiyaki? What is it made of? and of course, the names of the ingredients were in Japanese language.

Salam Maulidur Rasul kepada semua pengikut Buku Jalanan Chow Kit yang beragama Islam.

Good news!

Thank you Vans for donating USD100,000 to Buku Jalanan Chow Kit this year! Thank you very much!

November 19th is Vans Checkerboard Day and together we’ll raise over $1M for 10 global charities to use towards their organization’s mission to improve mental health and well-being through creativity. Learn more and get ready to join in at

Education might be a given to many, however, there continue to be many youths who lack the opportunity to receive basic primary education, let alone an education beyond.

What can we do about this unforgiving cycle? The team at Buku Jalanan Chow Kit, through our own efforts, pathed a way to break this cycle for the stateless children of the infamous Chow Kit district. We start with a simple act of rolling out floor mats and handing out textbooks every evening.

Discover how Buku Jalanan Chow Kit is changing the lives and futures of children who have been given so little by society.

In collaboration with CHANGE Education Fund and Fujifilm Malaysia, the children of BJCK had the chance to participate in ‘My Favourite Thing’ Photography Workshop.

The main goals for this workshop are to encourage students to proactively find positive aspects in their daily life while learning new Japanese words to describe their favourite things. The workshop was held in 2 session. Due to the second movement order (MCO), they workshop had to be conducted online. The first session started with the introduction of instax photography by a professional photographer, Mr. Naim. Mr. Naim also shared his experiences as a photographer besides teaching them how to use Fujifilm instax camera. As most of the children were born after the year 2000, the children are used to taking photos digitally. This time, they were so excited to get the chance to use instax. Fujifilm Malaysia has been so generous to sponsor one Instax Mini 9 and 250 films for this workshop.

Mr Naim introducing instax

After the introduction and tutorial session, the children were given one week to use the instax. There were only 3 instax available, so the children were using them by turn. The instax were passed from one child to another by delivery services and with the help from Cikgu Atikah to ensure the safety of the children. Each children can take up to 7 photos of their favourite things. This limit is made to help the children understand that each snap is precious.

After a week, a show and tell session was conducted online. The children were asked to paste the photos that they have taken onto a piece of paper and write a Japanese word that describes their favourite things. Then each of the children had to show their work to the others.

Participants showing their artwork

Below are some of the work of our children. Enjoy!

BJCK FC coached by NEXUS FC competed in their first league at Sunway University. The under-14 team won the 2nd place in this league!

BJCK students joined a three day Robotics & Drone Bootcamp at MTCE2019. At the end of the bootcamp, 2 students were the 1st runner up for the Robotics & Drone competition under the Line Follower category.

BJCK students competed with other public and private schools for the first time at MTDC-UiTM MTC 2019. BJCK sent 5 teams to the competition. There, our teams were awarded with 2 Silver Awards and 2 Bronze Awards.

Through Arus Maker Academy, the children learned problem-solving using technology.