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CHEER was in the air at the annual Hunza Group Media Appreciation Night this year.
BEIJING (Xinhua): China has started this year's military recruitment of female soldiers, mainly among college students, according to the Ministry of National Defense.
PETALING JAYA: Penang, the second top greying state in the country, will overtake Perak in 20 years to become Malaysia's "oldest" state.
PETALING JAYA: Career options and salaries are two pull factors drawing people from other states to relocate to the Klang Valley, or even abroad.
If faced with a clueless interviewer, job-hunters must look for ways to show that they are the right candidate for the job.
PETALING JAYA: Star Media Group (SMG) has partnered SME Mobile Truck Association (SMEMTA) in an attempt at the Guinness World Records for the World’s Largest Mobile Truck Rally to be held in March.
PETALING JAYA: Amid the massive brain drain and price undercutting in the advertising industry, the competitive sector is facing a talent crunch.
IN July 1957, the Ministry of Education decided on the bold idea of starting a specialist-subject institute to enhance the standard of education in schools, especially in the core as well as vocational subjects. The blueprint of the lay-out of the Physical Education Department was based on British standards.
I REMEMBER how my colleagues in the English language department used to joke about the level of English proficiency among the students they taught. We were used to the different versions spoken in our classrooms, the confusion caused or the lexical borrowing. Hilarious stories often emerged of teachers trying to get their students to speak better English.
THE decline in the interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) field among students has been a major cause for concern for the Penang state government.