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Leaving a legacy of affordable education

WHEN Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik attended the opening of the Tunku Abdul Rahman College branch campus in Kampar last Sunday, little did MCA members and the public know that it would be his last major MCA official function.


Utar the pinnacle of Ling's achievements

Utar must surely be the pinnacle of Dr Ling#8217;s life#8217;s work as a community and national leader.


Traditional river races

What do you get when you combine Eco-Challenge with Sarawak#8217;s Gawai festival? How about a fabulous mix of adventure racing on bamboo rafts with traditional Ibanlonghouse hospitality? Welcome to the Baleh-Kapit RaftSafari.


A leader who is in touch with reality

DATUK Seri Ong Ka Ting has come a long way in both life and MCA. Ong's road to the MCA presidency is a story line shared by many other party leaders, who had also tasted the bitterness of life before achieving success in their political careers.


Tough going at the top

The resignations of Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik as MCA president and Datuk Seri Lim Ah Lek as deputy president are part of acompromise plan to end the two-year-old party split. DR LEE KAM HING takes us through the struggles of past MCA presidencies.


Snuff it out

In conjunction with World No Tobacco Day which falls on Saturday, ALLAN KOAY talks to an expert about why smokers should not let their health go up in smoke.


Fag facts

On May 21 this year the World Health Organisation adopted a historic anti-tobacco treaty aimed at stemming the rising smoking-related death toll.


Three-hour downpour causes havoc in city

Hundreds of thousands of people were caught in chaos caused by flash floods that saw one person drowned in what has been described as the worst deluge yet to hit the city for the past year.


Multiracial graduates at TAR College convocation

Several non-Chinese students were among 1,146 Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) Campbell University graduates who received their scrolls at the college's main campus here.


Families live in fear of erosion

More than 75 families living along Pantai Sabak, about 12km from here, are living in fear that their properties might be washed away by the advancing sea by the year#8217;s end.