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Education

The HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards

TO be the winner of the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003, students had to develop an innovative business plan that involved the use of IT in a significant way. It had to be ingenious but not impractical in order to get the judges#8217; attention.

Nation

Licence required to sell discs

Compiled by Wong Li Za: July 6-12

Other Sport

Volleyball players get chance to train with Asia’s top teams

The Malaysia Volleyball Association (Mava), in their bid to produce quality players, are planning to send potential national players on attachment stints with the giants of the game in Asia, namely China, Iran and Kazakhstan.

Other Sport

Lawn bowlers pick up nine out of 11 titles

Hosts Malaysia were runaway winners in the Asian Lawn Bowls Championships, winning nine out of 11 titles at the National Lawns Bowls Centre in Bukit Kiara in Petaling Jaya Saturday.

Education

World's best in Maths and Science

Students in Hong Kong, Japan and South Korea rank among the world's best in Mathematics and Science, according to a 43-country survey published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unecso).

Other Sport

Tough for Chen Hong to live up to top billing

History is not on Chinese ace Chen Hong's side when he battles for the men's singles crown in the World Badminton Championships in Birmingham from July 28 - Aug 3.

Letters

Out with the old, in with the new

SEAH CHIANG NEE writes in from the tiny island city of Singapore.

Education

Top UK schools in SEA

Some of the most historic names in British education are cropping up all over the Far East as top schools begin to tap the vast and lucrative markets of China, Malaysia and Thailand.

Letters

Industry rhetoric is all it is

Being a hub of optical disc piracy is not the kind of 'Malaysia Boleh' spirit to transport the country to ICT renown. But recording industry pundits need not lecture anyone about these problems, especially when they are better employed supporting concerted action against pirates.BUNN NAGARA writes from behind the headlines.