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GE14: Daunting task for first-timers

There will many new candidates in the coming general election. These fresh faces will have to meet the public in a different light, communicate with the authorities and the mass media, and come out looking good. A challenging enough task for veterans, but for newbies, one wrong step could end a political career even before it begins. How are they going to handle it? StarMetro has the story.

The right flow, for the right rapper

Malaysian rapper Joe Flizzow has come a long way since his days as one-half of hip-hop outfit Too Phat. In a revealing interview with Star2, he talks about his relationship with Too Phat’s Malique and what he regrets the most during his time in the group.

Journey on ice

Samsung pays tribute to a rising star, Malaysian figure skater Julian Yee, with a short film about his journey to the upcoming PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. Get a copy of today’s Star2 to find out more.

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