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Quality education at affordable pricing

Modelled on the American system, higher education in The Philippines offers students a unique experience in a culturally diverse setting.


Moggie to thrash out woes at KL talks

Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS) president Datuk Amar Leo Moggie is expected to meet top party leaders in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow to discuss its leadership succession.


Festive joy for Sri KL tots

THE recent annual Kongsi Raya celebration at Tadika Sekolah Sri Kuala Lumpur was an opportunity for all the 115 pre-schoolers to don their best traditional costumes.


Here's a chance to learn art of nail painting

Even after quitting as an air stewardess seven years ago, nail technician Nuyen Tan still draws questions from friends on why she left a glamorous and well-paid job.

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Abubakar charged with treason

B>JAKARTA:/BProsecutors yesterday accused Muslim cleric Abubakar Ba'asyir of plotting terror bombings in Indonesia and Singapore as part of a campaign to topple the Indonesian government and set up an Islamic state.

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Indon cleric's treason trial next week

B>JAKARTA:/BAn Indonesian cleric charged with trying to overthrow the government and setting up a Southeast Asian militant network will go on trial on April 23, a court spokesman said.

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Abubakar goes on trial for treason

An Indonesian Muslim cleric accused of leading the regional terror network blamed for the Bali bombing went on trial for treason here yesterday under blanket security.


Fulbright way to peace

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.

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Abubakar: God will be my judge

Indonesian cleric Abubakar Ba'ashir began his defence Wednesday against accusations that he leads a deadly Islamic terror network, saying God would be his judge.


School's 9/11 memorial

Class by class, students at M.V. Leckie Elementary, in Washington, filed up to the freshly poured cement walkway. They dropped to their knees and pressed their palms and fingers into the mush, beginning the transformation of a patch of barren land into a flowering memorial.