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The people's will

Some leaders are ready to sacrifice the true path to gain power

A new social contract

When sacrifices can be made for the greater good, only then will Malaysia reach the maturity required to maximise our immense potential.

Shaolin sojourn

A petite Malaysian actress finds herself learning kungfu in the remote hills of China.

Where do we go from here?

Fifty years after modern Malaysia was formed the country is at yet another crossroad.

Brave and bold choice

Grand experimentation at the local level should be one of the National Education Blueprint's key shift.

Be the trim tab

Sometimes the smallest device can determine the direct of a massive operation.

Pushing the limits

Kung Fu school is not just about kicks, punches, jumps and rolls.

Ringgit and sense

Depending on how you like your breaking news delivered, eyes will be squarely fixed on online portals, television screens and live-streaming social media from 4pm onwards today.

GST - boon or bane?

IN the National Budget that was just announced by the Prime Minister for the year 2014, one of the major issues was the introduction of the goods and services tax (GST), which will replace the present sales and services tax.

The changing face of Germany

THERE are some four million Muslims in Germany, representing a significant percentage of people living in the country who are of a "migrant background" - the politically-correct term used to refer the non-ethnic Germans.