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IT WAS a lifelong dream to pursue a degree in medicine since a schoolboy but former MIC secretary-general Dr Partiban Krishnan finally completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Complementary and Natural Medicine, awarded by the American University of Hawaii last month.
A PRICELESS bronze pig head dating from the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) returned to its home in Beijing on Thursday for the first time since being looted by invading foreign troops 143 years ago.
Is it or is it not bad for you? COLIN KHOO revisits the monosodium glutamate debate.
Since L-carnitine can be synthesised from the essential amino acids lysine and methionine in the kidneys and liver, it sparked the argument amongst nutritionists that it should not be called a vitamin but be labelled an amino acid.
13 British book illustrators will have their work on display, starting tomorrow in Kuala Lumpur, as part of The Magic Pencil Exhibition, organised by the British Council.