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Starting from kilometre zero

The Indonesian government's declaration of martial law and military offensive against Acehnese separatists recently drew international attention to the troubledprovince on the western tip of Sumatra.ANDREAS HARSONO explains in a carefully researched and thoughtful essay why many Acehnese are fighting forindependence from Jakarta.


Some literary terms in short stories

SPM English -- LESSON 3 (Literature): By AUDREY LIM.


Lack of discipline and education on how to keep environs clean

From MICHAEL NG of Seremban.I>(via e-mail)/I>


Many Malaysian adults are poor role models

From DOC of Kuala Lumpur.I>(via e-mail)/I>


Ong: Share experience to benefit

From the Chinese Press: Malaysia and China can share their experiences in the construction of houses and urbanisation programmes to enable businessmen of the two countries to tap opportunities in the two sectors, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting told I>China Press/I>.


Park plans

BELUM#8217;S importance as a conservation site was recognised as early as 1968 in the Colombo Plan which was the country#8217;s first in-depth study on protected areas. The Third Malaysia Plan (1976-80) also recommended its conservation.


Taylor's 'A' Level achievement

TAYLOR'S College's Cambridge 'A' Level students have attained a pass rate of 96.3%, the highest since 1992. A total of 618 students sat for the examination in June.


A sylvan hideaway

Work stress, chock-a-block traffic, grating din and raucous crowd define city life. Living amid nature at Mawai Eco Camp in Johor, LEONG SIOK HUI finds her 'ideal' ecotourism model and regains her sanity.


The path less travelled

THE trip to Trang province in southern Thailand was organised by Green Village, an eco-tourism company based in Taiping, Perak.


A birthday worth celebrating

By Mangai Balasegaram