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United sign up Chinese teen sensation

Chinese football sensation Dong Fangzhou has joined Manchester United in a deal worth £3.5 million, his club's general manager Lin Lefeng said.

Nation

Embassies welcome move on ID

Diplomatic missions and employment agencies have welcomed the move to introduce machine-readable identification cards (IDs) for migrant workers, saying that it will have a positive impact on foreign labour.

Lifestyle

Taste of home

While in Melbourne recently, RUBIN KHOO stumbled upon the longest-running Malaysian restaurant.

Nation

ID for migrants workers in Malaysia

Special machine-readable identification cards for migrant workers will be introduced to effectively monitor them when raids are carried out against illegals.

Letters

Changes augur well for department

From BALWANT P. DOSHI, Ipoh (via e-mail)

Other Sport

Masuoka wins third stage in a row

Japans's two-time defending champion Hiroshi Masuoka had to contend with a gun-toting Mauritanian soldier on Wednesday before winning the seventh stage of the Dakar Rally to stretch his overall lead in the race.

ASEAN+

Easier to get passports

CHINA simplified passport application procedures in 101 major cities, about one third of the total, last year, says the Public Security Ministry.

Business

Public Bank expects its profit to reach RM1bil

Stockwatch by Danny Yap.

Lifestyle

Rethinking our education system

From Chor Keong, Segamat, Johor

Education

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.