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Nation

RM7.3m annual risk to economy

The Kampung Kuantan firefly site in Sungai Selangor is at risk of losing RM7.3mil annually in terms of total economic value (TEV).

Business

Modern facilities help Tianshi meet growing global demand

TIANSHI Group recently unveiled its latest RMB 500mil Tianshi Yihai Co Ltd project located at the Tianshi Shanghai Health Industrial Zone in Shanghai, China.

Letters

Barriers in the way of a better future

Poverty eradication entails the inculcation of a progressive, hardworking and independent mindset among the affected communities. But what happens when there are restrictions along the way? K. S. USHA DEVI looks at the case of the orang asli.

Lifestyle

Fix it up or wreck it?

If you have inherited a traditional house, or want to invest in one, what do you do?

Education

Discovering the world of biotechnology

REPRESENTATIVES from the local print and broadcast media were literally thrown into 'the thick of things' when they conducted laboratory experiments at a one-day biotechnology workshop.

Lifestyle

Grandeur of the past

In the heart of Terengganu, a palatial complex of old Malay timber houses has opened its doors to the public. LEONG SIOK HUI drops in for a visit.

Business

HSBC sees private banking as boon

HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd, a new player in the local private banking business, is confident that its infrastructure and resources in meeting its clients' needs would stand it in good stead in the face of growing competition.

Letters

Preserving sanctity of progeny

One of the significance of the first revelation is the very accurate information on embryology. This is an important indication to Muslims that science and technology, in particular the life sciences, make up a crucial area that cannot simply be ignored.

AseanPlus News

Philippines asks China to ‘desist’ in Spratlys

The Philippines called on China yesterday to 'desist' from provocative actions in the disputed Spratly islands region after reports that a Chinese company was exploring for oil and gas near the area.

Business

Nasmic to hold seminar for SME food operators

SMALL- and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) in the food business must continually upgrade their knowledge on proper standards of food processing, hygiene and certification to remain globally competitive, said National SMI Consultative Centre (Nasmic) executive director K.T. Tan.