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Letters

Find ways to cope with season of price hikes

From THOMAS FOO, Subang Jaya.

Community

Hot-air balloons to take to the skies in Putrajaya

THE EMPIRE strikes back as Darth Vader — or rather, the Darth Vader balloon from Belgium — marks its return at the upcoming 6th Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta.

Letters

Son’s love and devotion a lesson for all

From DR CHRIS ANTHONY of Butterworth

Community

Tiger FC continues to grow as the top football fan club

TEN years is a long time in football. Indeed, when Tiger FC was launched in 2004, the ‘Big Four’ — that is, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool — looked untouchable.

Education

Visitors get a taste of Felda life

THE residents of Felda Chini 1, Pekan, Pahang recently became foster families to 40 students from Universiti Utara Malaysia’s (UUM) Proton Students’ Residential Hall.

Badminton

Khim Wah gets cracking to improve serve

KUALA LUMPUR: It is no secret that doubles shuttler Lim Khim Wah’s weak link is his service. Instead of whining about it, the diminutive Khim Wah has been spending extra hours perfecting his service.

Squash

Asyraf storms into quarters of Pittsburgh Open

PETALING JAYA: National No. 3 Mohd Asyraf Azan served up a pleasant surprise to storm into the quarter-finals of the US$25,000 (RM83,662) Pittsburgh Open squash championships on Friday.

Community

Roses for patients on Valentine's Day

IN an effort to send a message of love and remember those who are suffering, a senator gave out 300 roses to patients at the Kajang Hospital on Valentine’s Day.

Business

Smile for the camera!

Fujifilm (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Japan-based Fujifilm Holdings Corp, has launched a series of new products to grow its reach in the photography and imaging market here.

AseanPlus News

Bittersweet tears as divided Koreans meet after 60 years

SOKCHO, South Korea (AFP) - Several hundred elderly South and North Korean relatives clung to each-other, rocking and weeping, as they met for the first time in 60 years Thursday at a reunion for families divided by the Korean War.