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Education

ECU grants for Star fund

The School of Marketing, Tourism and Leisure at Edith Cowan University (ECU) won the Western Australian Award in 2001 for being the number one provider of tourism education in the state.

Education

600 pre-schoolers graduate in style

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Education

Interact Club outing to Port Dickson

The Interact Club of SMJK Chan Wa in Seremban organised a trip to Sunshine Bay Resort in Port Dickson recently.

Nation

Promise of a hilarious good time by college performers

Performing arts enthusiasts will be treated to an evening of fun and laughter by the Sedaya Chamber Choir at the Star Education Fair Performing Arts Showcase on Jan 11.

Nation

Taiwan expects influx of Malaysian tourists

The number of Malaysians visiting Taiwan is expected to breach the 80,000 mark this year, according to the tourism bureau of the country#8217;s Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

ASEAN+

First art museum with environmental theme

A DISUSED cement factory is being rebuilt as China#8217;s first art museum specialising in art works relevant to environmental protection in south China#8217;s Guangdong province.

Education

Reel life drama in directing

According to documentary director Anderson Engkiong, people have their stories of life, of struggle, of celebration, and of hope. The documentary is about giving voice to these stories by letting people tell their own stories, in their own words, in their own time.

Education

Find your groove in dance

How did someone who completed a degree in Mathematics end up as the head of dance at the National Arts Academy? Joseph Gonzales believes the dance career chose him! Although there was not much awareness in the country in the early 1980s of the possibilities of dance as a career, Gonzales says major influences were movies like I>Fame/Iand I>Flashdance/Iand watching the performances of dance companies that visited Malaysia, such as the Australian Dance Theatre's Ghost Dances.

ASEAN+

Setting the stage for romance

LOVE is in the air. The city long criticised for being too sterile and pragmatic in matters of the heart will be holding dance parties by the river, water cruises for couples, concerts in the park at dusk and drive-in movies that offer the opportunity to cuddle in the back seat of a car next month.

Nation

Tribute song sums up gratitude for his contributions

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad received a standing ovation from more than 30,000 people yesterday when the song I>Thank You For Being A Friend /I/I>was specially dedicated to him at the ground-breaking ceremony for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).