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Building a life in LA

ANDREW Moey left Malaysia in 1977 to finish his tertiary education in the United States and when opportunity came knocking at his door, the boy from Sungei Petani quickly started drawing up a plan, reports SHAMALA VELU.


Selling herself

Author Preethi Nair duped the literary world by leading a double life as her own PR consultant to get her first novel noticed. It paid off, she tells BRYONY GORDON.


Family fun, fabulous facilities

LEE SIEW PENG slips off her sober shoes and digs naked toes into the fine sand of Cherating beach during her getaway at the Legend Resort.


Putting asthma on the run

Dolores DaSilva of Stamford, Connecticut, thought she was doing a pretty good job controlling her son Jonathan's asthma with medication and trips to the doctor.


Dare to care

For the best possible outcome in the treatment of those living with mental disorders, family support, in collaboration with mental health professionals, is crucial, reports PAUL YEO.


Go campers!



Plasma universe

EVERYONE is familiar with the three states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Yet 99% of all the matter in the universe is in none of these states, but in a fourth called plasma.


Destination for nature buffs

In last week#8217;s article, Andrew SIA walked over treetops, rode in jet boats, went trout fishing and traipsed through the Cadbury chocolate factory #8211; stuff found around Hobart in southern Tasmania. This week, he moves north.


Developing cancer vaccines

There#8217;s an exciting new development in the war on cancer, writes LINDA MARSA.


Boost for the heart

Dual anti-platelet drugs show increased benefit to heart patients undergoing certain heart procedures, writes HOOI YOU CHING.