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SINGAPORE: The government of Singapore has ordered an Opposition party to correct online posts under a controversial law against misinformation, the first time the legislation has been used against a rival party, ahead of elections expected within months.
SINGAPORE: As a young teenager, Royden Lim spent around 10 hours a day playing console games like Halo.
JAKARTA: For the first time in its history, Indonesia has made it into the United Nation’s high human development category thanks to its improved ranking in the 2018 Human Development Index (HDI).
THE British Council International English Language Test System (IELTS) Prize (East Asia) 2019/20 is looking for passionate students who want to contribute to society with the knowledge and skills they gain from the award.
NOSTALGIA filled the air as the alumni of Universiti Malaya’s (UM) Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences walked through the hallways of their former faculty.
Defending champion and world No 2 Sung Hyun Park has confirmed she will compete at next year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship when it returns to the new Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore from Feb 27 to March 1.
THE SEA Games have always been the platform for national wushu exponents to make a name for themselves before moving on to a bigger stage.
MALAYSIAN bowling is hurting. The bowlers have been dethroned as the overall champions for the first time since Korat 2007. And Shalin Zulkifli’s dream of overtaking, or even matching, swimmer Nurul Huda Abdullah’s haul of 22 gold medals is over.
Revenge certainly tasted sweet for our women’s team. After winning the bronze in the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, the girls turned the tables on Thailand.