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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has bought the world time in the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, according to an internationally renowned virologist.BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China has bought the world time in the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, according to an internationally renowned virologist.
Tuition classes are the norm but not a necessity. It’s down to the parents and teachers to help students excel in international assessments.
IN conjunction with the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on Feb 11, the Organisation for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) Malaysia National Chapter (MNC) in collaboration with Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman Centre for Cancer Research (CCR), organised the Third Women in Science Forum WIS 2020 at its Sungai Long Campus.
ROME (Reuters) - Archaeologists said on Friday they had discovered an ancient cenotaph that almost certainly commemorated the legendary founder of Rome, Romulus, buried in the heart of the Italian capital.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The head of the University of Indonesia’s (UI) student executive body (BEM), Fajar Adi Nugroho, says the university's students are planning to stage a rally against a proposed bill on job creation.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's government is poised to toughen legislation against sexual violence to bolster victim rights and improve the state's response to such crimes, government sources said on Thursday.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia has lost many local talents as not many social work positions can be found in the country, said Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) Dean of School of Social Sciences Prof Dr Azlinda Azman.
(Reuters) - Over two dozen trade fairs and industry conferences in China and overseas have been postponed due to travel curbs and concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, potentially disrupting deals worth billions of dollars.
KUALA LUMPUR: The stigma and ignorance of mental health problems is more than a tragic social shortcoming. It also hurts our economy in a big way because the inability and unwillingness to deal with these issues leads to poor productivity and additional costs.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mental health issues plaguing the nation's workforce may have cost the economy as much as RM14.46bil, or more than 1% of Malaysia’s total gross domestic product (GDP) in 2018, according to a study by Relate Mental Health Malaysia (Relate).