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MCA#8217;s educational projects have transcended political and racial boundaries, said its president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.
It's National Reading Month, for young and old. StarEducation kicks off a four-part series, featuring books that appeal to college students, school students an pre-schoolers, and discount vouchers.
Wong Yi En and Kong Pooi Yee, both 19, beat 16 other contestants to be crowned Mr and Ms Freshman of Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) 2003 at its recent Orientation Odyssey Nite.
MCA is going all out to ensure another big Barisan Nasional victory in the coming general election and will focus on winning the people's support.
Increasingly more people need to be wired up to the Net, handphone, palm top and other gizmos simultaneously in order to be able to concentrate, writes MATT RICHTEL.
Jawi assemblyman Tan Cheng Liang wept tears of joy while her Datuk Keramat counterpart Lim Boo Chang let out a sigh of relief on hearing that their suspensions were lifted by the MCA yesterday.
Students have been urged to consider the textile and apparel-manufacturing course offered at Tunku Abdul Rahman College#8217;s Johor campus to help meet demand for skilled workforce in the industry.
Following the example set by their company in aiming to raise RM1mil for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar), Sunrise Berhad staff have been coming forward to support the Sunrise-Utar Fund Raising Campaign.
Former MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said he is '101% sure' that he will not be contesting in the next general election.
Delegates to the Sabah MCA convention this weekend are expected to request that Barisan Nasional field at least one candidate from the party in the coming state elections.