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Armed with his passion for the Old Republic and last month's Cartoon Network schedule, HISHAM ZULKIFLI sets out on a mission to tackle Genndy Tartakovsky's I>Clone Wars/I>.
The man slated to be Hong Kong's next leader might seem like an unlikely person to be running a place that belongs to China - the world's biggest communist nation.
Hong Kong's leader said he asked to resign Thursday because of failing health, and he denied that China was pushing him out because of poor performance during his years in office - a time of economic woes, massive protests and calls for greater democracy.
Embattled Hong Kong leader Tung Chee-hwa is widely rumoured to be quitting to allow his right-hand man to take over the job. If that happens, the territory can look forward to a new leader who is popular at home and has spent nearly 40 years helping run the city.
With the current 'One-Datuk-Too-Many' controversy swirling around the nation, one might think it is a relatively new phenomenon. KEE HUA CHEE digs into the past and discovers this is nothing new.
The Faria Alam affair threatens to claim more heads after the departure of the England FA's chief executive Mark Palios. NANTHA KUMAR delves into Palios' resignation, Sven Goran Eriksson's expected survival and whether Sir Trevor Brooking will have the stomach for the Soho Square shenanigans.
The vagaries of football have resulted in Chelsea pondering a possible Double while their London rivals Arsenal are facing two crucial matches which will determine their season. FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM probes whether Arsenal will prevail or succumb to the Blues' late charge.