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B>HOOI YOU CHING /B>sings the blues as she parts the dark clouds that represent clinical depression, a bona fide disease just like heart disease or diabetes, only a bit more insidious.
The number of students attending college has never been higher. Competitionis intense, for both students and institutions. Why do students make thechoices they do? HARIATI AZIZAN looks at what StarEducation#8217;s poll reveals.
In the heart of the South American continent lies the Pantanal, the world#8217;s largest wetland stretching over 145,000sqkm. With its spectacular beauty and amazing diversity of flora and fauna, this immense landlocked river delta would seem like an ecological paradise made for ecotourism, except that tourism is not bringing in the much-needed prosperity. Growing socio-economic pressures have shifted the focus to industrial development as the answer to the region's woes.