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A woman in Beijing has been found to have purposely crippled her daughter so that the child could help her make money from begging, state media said Tuesday.
A BUDDHIST charitable organisation has helped rebuild the lives #8211; and homes #8211; of earthquake victims in Gujarat, India, writes MICHAEL CHEANG.
From CONCERNED, Malacca
THE Education Ministry is spoilt for choice in the recruitment of graduates for the teaching service as many of the newly-minted ones are flocking to join it. As pointed out earlier, this is both a good and bad sign. V.K. CHIN writes.
HOOI YOU CHING discovers that Paula Malai Ali is a study in contrasts: the actress and VJ loves travelling with her family just as much as she likes being on her own abroad, too.
Senior citizens in China have lots of tales to tell of the upheavals and revolutionary times they lived through and the prosperity they are now experiencing, reports MARTIN FACKLER.
The Welfare Department wants the public to stop giving donations directly to beggars. It plans to establish a new 'mechanism' which will see public donations being disbursed to those in need through 'proper channels'.
To give or not to give? Malaysians will have to decide whether they are doing a good deed or aiding a bad cause when they give money to beggars. DEVID RAJAH, IZATUN SHAARI and ZANI SALLEH report on this problem in the first of a two-part series.
Posing as an Indian 'holy man' M. KRISHNAMOORTHY took to the streets of Kuala Lumpur with a begging bowl and found that Malaysians are a generous lot.
She was dressed in a purplish I>baju kurung/Iand a shocking green headscarf. On her face, a layer of grease had formed over her slightly dark skin - a result of her day's activities.