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Learning that life is a carnival in Spain

While lessons may be long and tedious, life as an exchange student in Spain is rich and rewarding, full of surprises at every turn, writes DEBBITA TAN.


Local involvement in boosting IHL

ON THE local level, the Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) plays its part in promoting International Humanitarian Law (IHL) with support from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

Other Sport

Captain Sun Wen calls it quits

The captain of China#8217;s women#8217;s national football team and one of the game#8217;s greatest players, Sun Wen, announced her retirement on Thursday following China#8217;s 1-0 quarter-final loss to Canada in the World Cup, state press reported.


Asean can offer much to Sweden, says Dr Mahathir

Swedish companies should use Malaysia as a platform to expand into Asean and the Asia Pacific region, Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.


More scholarships up for grabs

Britain's Chevening Scholarship awards, which crossed the 1,000 mark here this year, will see another £1mil (RM6.2mil) allocation for Malaysian recipients under the 2004/05 programme.


History, according to Chin Peng

The legendary Chin Peng, the British Empire's most wanted man during Malaya's undeclared war with the communists, finally breaks his silence by publishing his long-awaited memoirs. CHEAH BOON KHENG turns the pages and discovers a mine of information and revelations about this intriguing man, comrades and their cause.


US against the world

Analysts say this War on Terror is the fourth world war, the third being the Cold War. With the United States involved in battle lines across the globe, and Washington striking up strategic alliances worldwide, why is there still such deep distrust of America amomg the rest of the world?


Bad blood over water

While Singapore and Malaysia are still in a belligerent deadlock over water talks, YVONNE LEE SHU YEE wonders why both sides cannot look back to the past for a lesson in sibling accord.


Malaysian general to head UN forces in East Timor

A Malaysian general is to be the next commander of UN peacekeeping forces in East Timor, the United Nations announced Monday.


Getting to kids via TV, radio

India has the second largest population in the world and the one thing that unites the entire population is television. From the rich to the poor, the literate to the illiterate, the uniting factor is TV.