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Central to Zhang Yimou's latest movie, I>Hero/i>, is the emperor Shih Huang-ti who is depicted as a more humane, less malevolent king. But that is not mere cinematic licence on the part of the director; some modern historians, in fact, are re-defining the character of China's first and still larger-than-life emperor, writes LEE KAM HING.
Since the late 1960s, Penang-born Dennis Lee has carved a niche as a concert pianist, lecturer and Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music examiner, writes JASON CHEAH.
I HAVE been a Maths and Science teacher for nearly 30 years in Malaysian schools. This year, besides teaching Lower 6 Maths using English (for the second time in my life), I have been asked to teach Form 4 #8220;English for Science and Technology#8221;, a new subject to me and to everyone else I have consulted.
For island dwellers, access to medical care can be knotty at times, let alone healthcare facilities for pets or strays. In Pulau Langkawi, Kedah, LEONG SIOK HUI met a group of animal lovers who are geared to set up a non-profit organisation to care for these unlucky souls.
HOOI YOU CHING gets her hand 'bloody' as she wades through a large pool of facts and figures to give you this story about blood and donation.