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KOTA KINABALU: Kadazan-Polish beauty Maya Hejnowska emerged as the Unduk Ngadau or Harvest Queen as Sabah’s month-long Kaamatan celebrations come to an end.
Two Bruneian students, Muhd Syauqi Haji Hasnul Fikri, 17, and Adham Darwishz Afiat, 19, left the country on Sunday (May 30) for Japan to further their studies under the Japanese government scholarship, MEXT.
KOTA KINABALU: Maya Hejnowska, who is of mixed Kadazan-Polish parentage, was crowned Unduk Ngadau (harvest queen) as Sabah's month-long Kaamatan celebrations ended on Monday (May 31).
WITH an interest in physics, one can be involved in the medical field, as Umi Nabilah Ismail discovered as a Form Five student. It led to her studying medical physics at the tertiary level as an undergraduate and later, a master’s student.
RHB Banking Group has contributed RM5mil towards providing digital devices to primary and secondary school students from lower income families to ensure they gain equal access to online education through the Cerdik initiative.
FOR years, hers was the voice that Malaysians woke up to.
As an activist, legal whizz-kid and Vietnam’s first openly gay candidate running for a seat in its rubber-stamp parliament, Luong The Huy (pic) is determined to lead long-lasting change for the country’s marginalised communities.
We take a look at how two men fare in the female-dominated field of nursing.
It’s never too late to learn new things and widen your horizon in life, says retired First Admiral Azhari Abdul Aziz of the Royal Malaysian Navy, who has had an illustrious career in both the military and in the humanitarian field through his decades of service.