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THE raid by the police on the Malaysiakini office when several computers were seized has not only received wide publicity in the local press but also attracted criticism by certain quarters who described it as #8220;intimidation#8221;, #8220;harassment#8221; and the #8220;stifling#8221; of press freedom.
Central to Zhang Yimou's latest movie, I>Hero/i>, is the emperor Shih Huang-ti who is depicted as a more humane, less malevolent king. But that is not mere cinematic licence on the part of the director; some modern historians, in fact, are re-defining the character of China's first and still larger-than-life emperor, writes LEE KAM HING.
Since the late 1960s, Penang-born Dennis Lee has carved a niche as a concert pianist, lecturer and Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music examiner, writes JASON CHEAH.
THIS is Blue Valley in Cameron Highlands, swathed in controversy after a developer tried to level a hilly site to fit in a hydroponics farm. The public uproar that followed is echoing through the hills, drawing into focus the sad state of affairs at the highland resort which has, over the years, been carved up to feed private interests.
In the second part of the report on Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Options for Malaysia by LOH FOON FONG, who received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and visited Switzerland and Sweden to study their healthcare systems, she writes on the issues involved in a national health insurance scheme.