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Thrive in the right environment

LAST week we looked at the six common personality types and their traits. Each type has its own strengths and weaknesses. Furthermore as no one is one type and everyone is a mixture of types, we are all unique. We have talents, skills, values, personality traits, strengths and weaknesses of our own. Once we discover and identify them we will be in a better position to know what type of working environment we will be comfortable in.

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Great demand for educated housekeepers

THEY can cook dinner, make the bed and help the kids with their calculus and English homework.


HK pop diva Anita Mui dies of cancer

Hong Kong pop diva Anita Mui, known to Chinese across the globe as the 'Asian Madonna,' died yesterday after a long battle with cervical cancer. She was 40.


12 make it to final of batik design contest

Twelve finalists have been picked for the Piala Seri Endon batik fashion design competition from a total of 43 semi-finalists.


Modern designs, colours spice up traditional batik

The Batik Fashion Parade proved once again that the traditional batik could be made as modern and stylish as any 21st century fabric.


New faces in Star fund

The Star Education Fund is welcoming two new contributors next year. They are Kuala Lumpur Infrastructure University College (KLIUC) and Raffles LaSalle Institute.


Use Dalian as gateway, urges mayor

Malaysian companies should make Dalian, an industrial city in northeast China, their gateway to the huge Chinese market, its mayor Xia Deren said.


Batik on Saturday ruling

Two ministries have made it compulsory for their staff to wear batik to work on Saturday to promote the craft as advised by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi early this month.


500 walk in support of batik

Traffic in parts of the Golden Triangle came to a standstill as more than 500 people went for a 3km walk at the Batik Fun Walk yesterday.


Wedding planner's dream wedding

When a wedding planner plans his own wedding, it#8217;s surely an affair to remember. In an exquisite traditional ceremony on Wednesday, followed by a lavish dinner reception Saturday, wedding planner R. Gunasilan spared no expense in staging what he describes as #8220;my best work ever.#8221;