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Should we allow organ donation from non-related living donors? Dr ROSNIZA ABD AZIZ examines this prickly issue.
Hotel occupancy took a plunge in the last few months with 32,382 room reservations cancelled due to the Iraq war and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak.
By Martin Vengadesan fortnightly.
Studying abroad can change one's perception of a nation and its people. ASSOC PROF DR TEH YIK KOON of Universiti Sains Malaysia, who studied at the University of California on a Fulbright scholarship, recounts a humbling yet enriching experience.
Life without a sauna would be unthinkable for a Finn. Almost every household in Finland has one. This truly Finnish invention has kept many a Finn in fine form during the long winters...and had, at some point in time, it is believed, led to the discovery of smoked salmon.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts Sciences#8217; Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study, is the oldest surviving structure in Hollywood that was designed specifically with television in mind.
Open to all secondary school students aged 13 to 18 years old, the I>Hotlink Nationwide Student Community Service Competition/Icalls for ideas on projects that can benefit their school or community. The winning team gets RM10,000 to implement its project, and RM5,000 for itself.
PENANGITES have become more conscious of the value of roadside trees, judging from the number of complaints to Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) whenever tree-cutting activities are in progress or when a neighbour cuts down a roadside tree.
The Forestry Department will conduct three bio-diversity scientific expeditions this year beginning with the one currently under way in the Ulu Muda forest reserve near here.
Andrew Sia visits Tasmania.