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Sport stereotyping has reared its ugly head again as English football discusses the genetic fiction that blacks are faster and stronger than whites. In sports, it is not the colour of the skin, but what's in the heart, that counts.
THE slow economy is prompting companies to hire more temporary or part-time workers, a cost-cutting move that could see new labour policies being introduced.
Managing a resort or hotel recreation programme requires loads of energy and creativity, but Shangri-La Golden Sands' director of recreation Andrew Casci takes it in his stride and in fact loves every minute of the job.
B>BEIJING:/BThe rising number of China#8217;s urban poor who are subsidised by the government should not become an excuse to delay the country#8217;s reform process, which seeks to establish a more liberalised market and a government system that intervenes less in the economy.
By WONG SAI WAN
Besides shopping, gorging on endless buffets and visiting the ostentatious hotels modelled on legendary monuments, lavish theatrical productions and concerts are the top draws of this desert city, reports JOHNNI WONG.
National tennis coach R. Ramachandran will have his hands full this year taking charge of both the men's and women's teams for the Davis Cup and Federations Cup competitions respectively.
NEW laws are being proposed to allow Singapore doctors to transplant the liver and corneas - not only the kidneys - of people who die.
GETTING a contract job as a bank officer was more than what Veronica Foo, 37, had hoped for when she started her job search last June.
If you#8217;re looking at getting away from it all with a luxurious holiday, then look no further than Langkawi, Kedah.