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THE spirit of volunteerism is deeply imbued in Tania Teoh Si-Yun.
OLYMPIC silver-medallist Datuk Lee Chong Wei is currently badminton's world number one singles player. Fortunately for us Malaysians, he is not the only one among us to be ranked the i>numero uno /i>in sports.
Like many, Joyce Lee, one of 10 Malaysian volunteers at the Games, was mesmerised by China's organisation of the Beijing Olympics.
Thousands of people from all over the country converged at Dataran Merdeka on Saturday to celebrate the countdown to the nation's 51st National Day celebrations.
Despite the light rain, thousands thronged Dataran Merdeka to celebrate the nation's 51st independence day.
Outgoing British Council Malaysia director Gerry Liston shares the highlights of his time here.
LEE Chong Wei was made a Datuk by the Penang Government on Thursday, but the Beijing Olympics silver medallist still preferred to be called by his name instead of his title, I>China Press/Ireported.
Misbun Sidek will receive a RM60,000 reward from the Youth and Sports Ministry for helping shuttler Lee Chong Wei to win a silver medal in the Beijing Olympics.
Shuttler Lee Chong Wei's coach Misbun Sidek will be receiving RM60,000 cash as a reward from Youth and Sports Ministry for helping the country win a silver medal in the Beijing Olympics.
The Malacca Government will honour national badminton coach Misbun Sidek with the Darjah Mulia Seri Melaka (DMSM) state award, which carries the title of 'Datuk'.
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