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Middle-age mobility

Always a late-starter, LAM SENG FATT finally put some drive into his life by getting his driving licence.

A firm believer in lifelong learning

The end spells the beginning for many and this is reflected in the ups and downs ofsenior MCA politician Datuk Ong Ka Chuan's life journey, reports FOONG PEK YEE.

More Malaysians prefer to tie the knot later

MARRIAGE seems to have gone down in the priority list of young Malaysians over the years, according to a survey.

Rising from a Tamil interpreter to judge

Newly appointed Court of Appeal judge Datuk Mohd Noor Abdullah holds firm to the adage that 'where there's a will, there's a way'.

Dr K. Gunasegaran, virus expert

Dr K. Gunasegaran, a viral immunologist in Australia, tells LOH FOON FONG about his passion for basic science research.

Dr Christopher Wong thrives on challenges

Paediatric radiologist Dr Christopher Wong finds it fascinating trying to heal a fellow human, and treating children gives him the greatest fulfilment, writes IRENE KIEW.

Selling ethnic cuisine in Britain

THE thirst for adventure and a life-long dream of watching football live at Wembley Stadium drove a young man from Malaysia to pack his bags and seek his fortune in Britain 22 years ago.

Way better than gold

The platinum card has superseded the gold as I>the/Icard to have if you are posh and loaded. It is a sign of wealth, with credit limit depending on the financial status of each applicant. But you can be sure even that will be more than the average gold card.

Tough judge with a gentle side

Having served in the judicial and legal sector for almost four decades, with the last two years as the country's number three judge Tan Sri Haidar Mohd Noor will finally call it a day tomorrow. He sat down on Friday to muse over the memorable moments in his life and his immediate plan to have a few rounds of golf with his i>kakis/i>, CHELSEA L.Y. NG has the story.

Fee waiver for students

In celebration of its 55 years in education, Stamford College will be offering fee waivers and discounts for some of its programmes.