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Myanmar

US diplomat resigns from Suu Kyi panel on Rohingya crisis

YANGON: US diplomat Bill Richardson resigned early Thursday from an Aung San Suu Kyi-appointed panel set up to ease communal tensions in Myanmar’s Rakhine State and hit out at the Nobel Laureate for an “absence of moral leadership” over the crisis.

Metro News

College relocates to lakeside campus

THE new year calls for a bold move forward and starting a brand new chapter, and Taylor’s College has done just that in every sense of the word.

TECH

Ex-banker cheerleads his way to cryptocurrency riches

Seventeen months ago, a former Wall Street investment banker who specialised in distressed assets took to Twitter to announce he had bought a cryptocurrency for US$0.50 (RM2.03) per coin.

Metro News

Bullish holiday spirit at mall

CHRISTMAS arrived early in Quill City Mall Kuala Lumpur as it geared up for the festive season with an UnBULLievable Christmas Grand Launch.

Metro News

Smart preschoolers conquer stage

IT was a memorable day for parents and teachers as more than 60 preschoolers from Smart Reader Kids wowed the audience at the Smart Star Search Finale 2017.

Nation

Still good friends after all these years

PETALING JAYA: Although their lives branching out into different paths, the members of the cheerleading squad to win the first-ever CHEER competition in 2000 remained good friends.

Metro News

Dancing robots spread cheer

A WIDE variety of products on robotics, sound engineering and musical instruments were showcased during the Japanese Technology Weekend at Tech Dome in Komtar, Penang,

Living

Here's why a workout buddy is important to improve your fitness

Exercising with a buddy can help amp your workouts and produce better fitness results.

Nation

Vibrant cultural shows await MATTA Fair visitors

KUALA LUMPUR: Visitors to the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair are in for a cultural treat with performances from Malaysian states and foreign countries.

Business

Wall Street cheering for tax cuts

NEW YORK: It was only about five years ago that powerful people in finance loved talking about the horrendous consequences for the United States if it didn’t get its finances under control. They warned that the federal debt – and the interest payments – could eventually get high enough to drag down the economy, burden future generations, and even threaten national security.