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AFTER 37 years, Shahinuddin Shariff traded his lawyer robes to spearhead Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS), a wholly-owned company of the Education Ministry that operates a one-stop-centre for international student services together with the Immigration Department.
PETALING JAYA: It will be an all-Malaysian final in the girl’s Under-19 event at the Asian Junior Championships (AJC) in Macau.
HONG KONG: For 53-year-old Perry Dino, a paintbrush and canvas are weapons for opposing the Hong Kong government as it faces mass protests against a now-suspended Bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China.
THE young in Hong Kong are celebrating what they think is a victory in their search for democracy and a voice. Those who are older think that while the protests show what Hong Kong does not want (exactly like how the British voted for Brexit), no one now knows what the future will hold. Indeed, there are those who think the protests would or should invoke another round of tougher actions.
HELD aloft above a sea of protesters marching through the heart of Hong Kong, the hand-written
THE Convent Light Street in Penang will always be a special place for me. It remains the only sister school of my alma mater, St Xavier’s Institution, where I had my primary and secondary education.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - For 53-year-old Perry Dino, a paintbrush and canvas are weapons for opposing the Hong Kong government as it faces mass protests against a now-suspended bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China.
SINGAPORE: Markets may breathe a sigh of relief after President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping decided to resume trade negotiations after a six-week stalemate, with the U.S. agreeing to a temporary freeze on further tariffs on Chinese goods.