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Crowd at Star Education Fair gets help in planning career paths

GEORGE TOWN: Sales coordinator Anne Sarela Thomas, 46, is a first-time visitor to the Star Education Fair. This year, her daughter A. Kalathevi is leaving school and has to figure out her next move.

Anh Vien and Schooling dominate the pool

VIETNAM’S “Little Mermaid” Nguyen Thi Anh Vien and Singapore’s Olympic champion Joseph Schooling set the pool alight as they added to their gold medal tallies on the final day of the swimming competition.

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Couldn’t get no satisfaction

When the joy is gone, and work is just about security and comfort, it may be time to move on. Darren Lim Weng Chee, 35, tells LIM WING HOOI he started his own mobile app company with a partner when it became a drag to go to work.

Welson may splash his way to third Olympic event in Rio

PETALING JAYA: Welson Sim may swim in three events when he makes his Olympic debut in Rio de Janeiro in August.

Eye-opening trip for pre-U students

KUCHING: A field trip to the Kuching Court Complex and the Sarawak Legislative Assembly Complex in Petra Jaya was an valuable experience for some 100 pre-university students.

A park filled with filth

IT is supposed to be a walk amidst lush greenery and natural beauty with air that’s refreshing and revitalising for body and mind.

Ching Hwang bags third medal at AYG

PETALING JAYA: Young swimmer Lim Ching Hwang continued to make a splash by bagging his third medal while butterfly girl Yap Siew Hui claimed her second in as many days at the Asian Youth Games in Nanjing, China.

Siew Hui splashes to a silver in Nanjing

PETALING JAY: Youngster Yap Siew Hui has shown that she’s ready to take on the challenge of swimming the butterfly event, after the retirement of Marellyn Liew, with a silver medal effort in the Asian Youth Games (AYG) in Nanjing, China, on Wednesday.

Singapore firms decide to wait and see

SOME Singapore firms with businesses in Malaysia are adopting a wait-and-see attitude ahead of the elections there, although they remain optimistic about prospects in the country.