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Young archer with a big aim

Youngster Thong Zhen Yang knows exactly what he wants.


Disabled man shows he can

Sailing in the open sea was the last thing disabled businessman Zulkifli Mohd Ali once thought he would do.


Saying no to drugs through clean-up

Youths from schools and voluntary organisations here participated in a I>gotong-royong/Iproject as part of the Government's efforts to get youngsters involved in healthy activities and stay clear of drugs.

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China to foot the bill for Paralympians

Organisers of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games will cover travel and accommodation costs for all athletes and officials, state press said on Friday.


Gutsy girl keeps winning despite deformity

Woon Wai Ping is by today's standards an exceptional example of determination. The 17-year-old girl is a good bowler and speaks three languages - English, Bahasa Malaysia and Thai - and three Chinese dialects.


Walk with Mawi for charity

Members of the public will have a chance to get up close and personal with singing sensation Mawi as Menara Kuala Lumpur thanks Malaysians for a decade of support with a nationwide 10th Anniversary Celebrations Carnival Road Show.


Men: The unhealthier sex

A study was conducted in a Klang Valley township to look at the health status of urban male dwellers. The verdict? Men are doing pretty badly. TEE SHIAO EEK writes.


Closing in on the Paralympics

Last Wednesday, HOO BAN KHEE was in the midst of a musical extravaganza to celebrate the unveiling of the mascot of Paralympics 2008, which will start in Beijing on Sept 6, 2008, 12 days after the 2008 Olympics, which begins on Aug 8.


Cash incentives for Penang Paralympians

B>S/B>IXTY-TWO Paralympics athletes from Pe-nang were given cash incentives by the state government for excelling in the 13th Paralympics Games held in Kuala Lumpur recently.

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Fespic Games still short of funds

The prestigious sports meet for the disabled in Asia, Far East and South Pacific - Fespic Games KL '06 - is still short of funds, says Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Azalina Othman Said.