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Clansmen back Ong and Chan

THE country#8217;s seven largest Chinese clansman associations have given their seal of approval to the new MCA leadership headed by president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting and deputy president Datuk Chan Kong Choy reports Nanyang Siang Pau.


New Act soon to protect heritage buildings

A new Heritage Act will be tabled in Parliament next month to strengthen preservation and restoration efforts of heritage buildings, Deputy Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Ng Yen Yen said.


Murdered, injured men are brothers

A Malaysian businessman shot in Haadyai and an odd job worker slashed to death here have been established to be brothers and police are investigating whether a drug syndicate is behind the two incidents.


Success story from Langkawi Project

For the past few years Eng Chun Lun has been going to the resource centre near his new village to revise for his exams.


First Chinese language AIDS manual launched

Wanita MCA has launched the country's first Chinese information and training manual on raising AIDS awareness and providing support to those afflicted by the disease.


Proposal to use Scrabble to teach English

Scrabble has been proposed as a tool to teach English in schools from next year. Malaysian Scrabble Association president Nik Zamri Abdul Majid said his association, Scrabble Masters (M) Sdn Bhd and toy company Mattel South-East Asia had made the proposal to the Education Ministry two months ago after conducting a survey.


MCA: Unity via conventions

MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting and his deputy Datuk Chan Kong Choy will be attending all state conventions in an effort to strengthen the party.

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Society becoming more tolerant

UNTIL recently, frivolous activities like beauty contests were frowned upon in China, but a new tolerance is developing as the country continues to open wider to the world.


Opening, closing events on the Net

Malaysians abroad will be able to view the opening and closing of Umno's 57th general assembly on the Internet.

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14 million could be jobless

THE Chinese Ministry of Labour and Social Security says 14 million people in the country could be out of job this year and one main reason has been the outbreak of SARS.