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The mysterious case of Zeti and her husband

TAN Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz has always come across as poised and intelligent, with not a hair out of place even as she shattered the proverbial glass ceiling as the first woman to helm Bank Negara.

Wellness

Here are three myths about the Covid-19 booster shot

Is it really a conspiracy for Big Pharma to make money and two doses is really enough?

Sports Box

Poor decisions can lead diving to plunge deeper into a sink hole

CHINA and Malaysia were conspicuously missing from the list of entries for the World Junior Diving championships, which started yesterday in Kiev, Ukraine.

Citycism

When the right to efficient rubbish collection is denied

THERE seems to be no end to the chronic problem of indiscriminate rubbish dumping in Malaysia.

#Abidinideas

Exposing the best of humanity

IN 2019, I was invited by the Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (MGTC) to be involved in our efforts for Expo 2020 in Dubai, specifically for the #MyButterflyEffect campaign.

So Aunty, So What?

Recalling the best PM we never had

LAST month, Malaysians were left with a sour taste in our mouths when we learned that scandal-tainted former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had asked the Cabinet for land and a house said to be valued at RM100mil.

Health

Covid-19 booster shots are needed to maintain the appropriate level of protection

The efficacy of Covid-19 vaccines wanes with time, and people need to be convinced about the need and safety of booster shots.

Wellness

Nine ways that your gut affects mental health

Learn why keeping good gut health can be key to good mental health.

SEARCH Scholar Series

Financial services in 'Belt and Road Initiative' countries

THE “Belt and Road Initiative” (BRI) is a new champion of globalisation by the Chinese government to reconstitute the ancient Silk Road into a contemporary mode in a vast area by improving the economic integration of China with Asia, Europe and Africa.

Colours of China

When home makeover goes wrong

DREAM House, a popular home makeover television programme that has been on air for eight seasons, came under fire following the creation of an “ugly red brick house”. The house, which took renowned architect Tao Lei six months to complete, has been labelled as the worst in the history of the long running series.

Big Smile, No Teeth

I'm gonna be, all by myself

In a future where we’re all choosing our own paths to entertainment, common ground might be a rare thing.

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