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In Indonesia, people go to the dukun for relief despite the Islamic authorities#8217; objections to flirtation with superstition or practices from older religions, writes CHRIS BRUMMITT.
Scientists may know much about thalassaemia, but the same cannot be said of the general public, writes MAJORIE CHIEW.
Steinway, now celebrating its 150th anniversary, has dominated the piano world for years. Is this natural selection? Or is there some other reason? asks MICHAEL WHITE.
AFTER 12 years as the premier chess competition in the northern part of the country, the Wah Seong Penang Chess League is undergoing a re-invention. There will be radical changes, with the most obvious external change being a reduction of playing days from nine Sundays to just three.
Rolling pastures, rugged peaks, lush rainforests, quaint villages, sandy beaches and abundant fresh produce coupled with temperate climate. What more could you ask for? LEONG SIOK HUI discovered why Australia's Sunshine Coast is dubbed the perfect vacation spot.