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Many Asians forced to give up dream of working in the UK

Hundreds of skilled and talented workers from Asia, especially Malaysia and China, have given up their dreams of working legally in the United Kingdom due to the stringent entry clearance ruling.

Craving for familiar foods

BY MARY SCHNEIDER

Bliss in Bangkok

JASMINE TAN finds herself enjoying her stay in the JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok and all that the city has to offer.

Civets believed to be SARS virus carrier

THE beleaguered civet and its possible link to SARS virus is back again in the headlines.

European giants meet for the first time as Juve host Bayern

Juventus and Bayern Munich have played almost 600 European matches between them, but they will meet for the very first time in today#8217;s Champions League clash in Turin.

Demand for hard-working Malaysians in England

MALAYSIAN workers are much sought after by employers in London as they are hard-working and honest, according to a Malaysian who has been working for the British Government for 37 years.

Courtyards and greenery key elements in Utar design

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman#8217;s (Utar) permanent campus will have an architectural design that will ensure it will not go out of style in the next 10 years.

Handy guide to eating out

By MENG YEW CHOONG

Ensure anti-smoking laws are enforced

Legislation empowering the Government to fine teenage smokers and those who sell cigarettes to them should help to discourage those who may be tempted to pick up this addiction. Comment by V.K. CHIN.

Fines for teen smokers to snuff out habit

Under-18 smokers will be fined up to RM1,000 under new anti-smoking measures imposed by the Government.