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THERE was grace, poise, style - and some embarrassment - as Malaysia added five more gold medals to take their tally to seven at the Vietnam SEA Games Saturday.
TRADITIONAL powerhouses Thailand believe they have a tough task in emerging as overall champions of the 22nd SEA Games.
With the first SEA Games chess competition starting today in Vietnam, the Malaysian chess players are gearing up to make the first moves.
Many people may have fled Palestine Hotel after Friday's rocket attack on the hotel but Mike Robinson is certainly staying put. Shahanaaz Habib reports from Baghdad.
SOME good news for chess players in the country. Four-time United States champion Yasser Seirawan will be in Malaysia next month for a private visit.
The national athletes gearing up for the Vietnam SEA Games have been urged to adopt a positive attitude and not to whine if they were to experience any shortcomings in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi next month.
The post-exam period is always a difficult time for schools. When the I>Penilaian Menengah Rendah/I(PMR) exams concluded, Form Three students still had four weeks to kill before the year-end school holidays. In order to attract students to school, the Negri Sembilan Education Department directed schools to draw up a diversified list of co-curricular activities.