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Australia, US aim for better ties with Malaysia

With Malaysia and Singapore pledging to mend their testy bilateral ties, Australia and the United States also want to be next on the list.


Learning in and out of class

Students headed overseas for their tertiary education got some pertinent tips on life abroad from three foreign graduates at the I>Star Education Fair 2004/I>.


Fair starts next weekend

RULE number one for students abroad: 'Don't stick to Malaysians all the time,' advises UK graduate Jamie Khoo.


One-man news crew

Meet Rian Maelzer, the 'four-in-one' man. He is a cameraman, sound technician, reporter and lighting technician all in one go.


All eyes on the US in 2004

Now that 2003 is almost behind us, what does the new year hold in store? First and foremost, the world will be watching closely the presidential elections in the United States. Martin Khor has the analysis in Global Trends.

AseanPlus News

Wen eager to discuss Taiwan

Taiwan will top Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's agenda when he visits the United States on his most important trip since assuming office, although Washington will be keener to talk economics.


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.