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Grooming classes which teach students how to wear their hair, how to colour-code their blazers, and which way to point their toes when sitting cross-legged are just one of Systematic College's many ways of preparing students for the working world.
SUGAR Bun Corp Bhd targets to quadruple its restaurants in Peninsular Malaysia from three this year.
CROSSROADS Community Centre in SS2, Petaling Jaya, will be conducting free English classes from Jan 8 every Thursday from 6 to 8pm.
The early days of January is that period of time when many of us will be drawing up our list of new year resolutions. Lose 10kg, give up smoking, eat more brocolli. For better overall health in body and spirit, MANOJ KAIMAL recommends practising yoga.
As the year draws to a close, one thing that may have caught many people's attention is the Malaysian fetish for 'superlatives'. You know, things like the tallest, biggest, fastest, longest, and what have you. The same 'big bug' seems to have hit our property market.
When five-year-old Michael 'Junior' Kelvyn Chan Thien Hong visited the Shelter Home in Petaling Jaya last year, he was moved by the sight of children who were deprived of the things he enjoyed.
In the second of our two-part series to look at how caring Malaysians are towards the blind, M. KRISHNAMOORTHY, who took to the streets posing as a blind man, and JASON SUNDRAM, talk to affected individuals and groups to find out more about their plight.
When three-year-old Nur Azura Roslizan quietly watched her parents walk out of her babysitter's home a month ago, she did not know she would not be seeing them for a long while.
The Gripe Box is a fortnightly collaboration between StarWeekend and the Consmumers Association of Penang.
Manoj Kaimal incorporated a company called White Lotus Sdn Bhd with his wife Sandhya, 26, and then started Yoga Life Centre in 2001 to promote alternative health, yoga, ayurveda and other Indian sciences. Every month, the centre records about 250 to 300 students, 80% of whom are Chinese. Since they started the centre, close to 1,000 people have walked through their door.