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THEY are known as #8220;the third eye#8221; or #8220;eye in the sky#8221; and are recognised by police forces in other countries for their competency.
Does your kid have a more hectic schedule than you do? Some children are involved in so many different things that they don#8217;t even have time to be kids, writes PATSY KAM.
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma is one cancer that is curable if detected early. SOO EWE JIN talks to patients, caregivers and doctors #8211; including an internationally acknowledged Malaysian doctor #8211; on how the battle against this cancer is progressing
Layang Layang,an atoll in the middle of the South China Sea, 300km away from Sabah,issynonymous with manta ray and shark sightings and an endless flow of pelagics.As a nature lover, ERIK FEARN recently went there to ponder the irony of how an island,entirely man-made,can boast such amazing marine life.
OUR life, public and private, rich or poor, is surrounded by pictures. There are the advertising billboards, TV channels, Internet sites, printed media and personal snapshots. The visual images available to us today are boundless and borderless.
One of Malaysia#8217;s favourite TV characters these days must be #8220;Ah Mah#8221;, the matriarch in Toyota#8217;s brilliant commercial for the new Hilux SR Turbo.
By Ann Lee
TEA is produced from the leaves of the I>Camellia sinensis/I>, or tea plant.
Scientists may know much about thalassaemia, but the same cannot be said of the general public, writes MAJORIE CHIEW.
By Philip Golingai.