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Globalisation or market domination?

A popular issue that kept cropping up in many of the sessions at the World Education Market 2003 was globalisation and its effects on education. Whether in the conference programme, the TV Forums or the Agora E-Village presentations, the emphasis on globalisation was obvious. Foreseeing this, a special interactive debate session titled I>Globalisation Issues and its Impact on Higher Education /I>wasI/I>scheduled in the conference programmeI>. /I>


Ulu Bernam and Sg Semak need hospital and clinic

THE Government has been urged to build a hospital and clinic each in Ulu Bernam and Sungai Semak in Hilir Perak, which have more than 10,000 residents in both areas, reported I>Malaysia Nanban./I>


Officers who face danger every day

b>By V.K.Chin/b>


The world’s most celebrated instrument

The piano is undoubtedly one of the finest instruments ever invented; it has been played in various musical repertoires, from classical and jazz to Broadway. This amazing instrument is much more than just a large, wooden object or decorative furniture, it is an intricate mechanical device designed to produce a vast range of musical tones.


DID: Tunnel designed to end flooding

The RM2.5bil Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) is designed to withstand any kind of flood in the Klang Valley, said the Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID).


More surprises in today’s papers

By Seah Chiang Nee


Taliworks exploring water projects in China and Sumatra

TALIWORKS Corp Bhd is evaluating the potential of infrastructure projects in China and Sumatra, said chairman Datuk Zabir Bajuri.


Italian machinery to make waves

ITALIAN plastic working machinery are set to make big waves this country with the setting up of the Malaysian-Italian Plastics Technology centre In Shah Alam.


Rewarding teachers who strive to do better

The Education Ministry has finally addressed a long-standing problem faced by teachers in primary schools who have graduated with degrees from local or overseas universities writes V.K.Chin.


Good that Singapore Dream is over

Last week, my colleagues and I spoke to 50 of our peers. Their sobering responses confirmed some of our niggling suspicions - namely, those of us who left school for work from 1997 onwards have seen our careers stymied from the start, if not sputter to a stop.