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MALAYSIAN workers are much sought after by employers in London as they are hard-working and honest, according to a Malaysian who has been working for the British Government for 37 years.
Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman#8217;s (Utar) permanent campus will have an architectural design that will ensure it will not go out of style in the next 10 years.
By MENG YEW CHOONG
Legislation empowering the Government to fine teenage smokers and those who sell cigarettes to them should help to discourage those who may be tempted to pick up this addiction. Comment by V.K. CHIN.
Under-18 smokers will be fined up to RM1,000 under new anti-smoking measures imposed by the Government.
An invitation-only Hugo Boss fashion show, free-flowing Veuve-Cliquot champagne at a private party hosted by Louis Vuitton, US$4,000 hotel suites and even US$50 box lunches.
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It used to be associated with the railways. Today, however, little old Brickfields is increasingly being associated with the huge development known as Kuala Lumpur Sentral. While the spill over effects from the development are already evident, folk familiar with Brickfikekls hope that iits charm and unique idenitty will not be lost.
Since its inception in 1969, the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) has played a pivotal role in advocating consumer rights and awareness among Penangites and Malaysians in general. CAP founder and president S.M. Mohd Idris, 77, said he started the organisation with the aim of serving consumers' interests and protecting their welfare, in line with growing awareness of consumer rights worldwide at the time.
By Choi Tuck Wo