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Former Chinese envoy hopes for a heart-warming reunion in the future.
SECONDARY students who choose to continue onwards with their tertiary education usually spend a few years in a pre-university programme that prepares them for a successful journey in higher education.
Parents share how playtime has helped them connect with their childrenI like to spend about five to six hours every day playing with my children. When we’re outdoors, we’ll go for walks around the park or throw balls and other stuff. If we’re indoors, playing with building blocks is a must. Other than that, we’ll be drawing, colouring or reading e-books. The building blocks have stimulated their creativity and they’ve become innovative while creating something. My children surprise us with their creations most of the time. Their psychomotor skills have also improved. It’s slightly challenging when both of them want to play the same thing at the same time, though. One is almost three years old while the other is one year old.
CELEBRATING its 35th anniversary in July this year, Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC) has achieved great success throughout its existence.
NANNING: Usually the biggest among Asean nations, this year’s Malaysia Pavilion at the 17th China-Asean Expo has been scaled down due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians are likely to have access to free Covid-19 vaccines as early as next January, says the Prime Minister.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Ten COVID-19 vaccines could be available by the middle of next year if they win regulatory approval, but their inventors need patent protection, the head of the global pharmaceutical industry group said on Friday.