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IN 1951, Eric Morley had been working for the Mecca Group for almost five years. It had been, in many ways, a tough time for everyone; it was only six years after World War II but Morley had the foresight to see the new mood of optimism that was starting to sweep Britain.
WHEN brain cells talk among themselves, it#146;s like listening to the radio with a really bad reception. It#146;s as though someone was trying to tune through as many radio stations as possible. That#146;s because when neurons in the brain fire messages to one another, they emit crackling #145;noises#146; similar to radio static.
The month-long Hungry Ghost Festival or I>Phor Thor/I>, observed by Chinese who practise Taoism, has over the years grown into an important calendar month for Chinese politicians. JOCELINE TAN writes.
A Christian organisation set up to serve the needy has undergone restructuring to improve their skills and services, reports LOH FOON FONG.
ANIMAL lover Mark Hiew Wen Han, 20, was devastated when he had to give away his pet dog six months after bringing it home. However, being awarded the Joseph William Yee Eu Foundation#8217;s Masonic scholarship will take him a step closer to achieving his childhood dream of caring for animals as a veterinarian.