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Heroes with no home

LAWAS: Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) is trying to compile a comprehensive list on all stateless folk still living in the Bakelalan highlands along the hilly interiors of the Sarawak-Kalimantan border.


Patients share stories through exhibition

Organisers hope to create awareness to the public on rare diseases and share the struggles and challenges faced by patients


Enthusiastic pupils of remote Kelabit community in Bario welcome gift of books

KUCHING: The mini library at SK Bario, a primary school in the remote Kelabit Highlands community of Bario, recently received a boost with book donations facilitated by local NGO Youth Sarawak.


Yen of a third gen

Joining the family healthcare business after years of working abroad can be surprisingly fulfilling, especially when there’s a higher purpose to what you’re doing than just familial obligation or making money, says a prodigal grand-daughter.


Temple seeks commercial enlightenment

Buddhism may be about detachment from the earthly and material world, but sometimes you just have to get with it, like the temple in Eiheiji, Japan, which is investing in developments aimed at attracting tourists.


Encouraging family time

“The Parenthood” London Street Family Park in Malaysia has opened its doors to the public.


Working to nip crime in the bud

THE police have a school liaison officer in every primary and secondary school to monitor students who are prone to crime.


Adapt and innovate

THE BUSINESS and manufacturing community in Perak must adapt and innovate in order to overcome matters beyond its control, says Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI) Perak branch chairman Datuk Lim Si Boon.


Many treatment approaches for those with clubfoot

CLUB foot or clubfoot, also called congenital talipes equinovarus (CTEV), is a congenital deformity involving one foot or both.


Office workers troubled by dusty environment

Companies in the vicinity of a concrete batching plant in Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur, are blaming it for the increasing number of staff members falling sick.