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This is only the beginning, said Tengku Putri Nor Zehan Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah to the graduating 155 students of Prime Group of Colleges at their third convocation ceremony recently.
Jeyathesan Kulasingam was recently honoured with The Outstanding Young Malaysian Award for humanitarian activities. But he is not resting on his laurels and intends to serve the community further by becoming a doctor, writes B>K.S.Usha Devi/B>
TAIWAN authorities slapped a ban on the free distribution of disposable polystyrene tableware and plastic bags last Wednesday despite an outcry from the industry.
THE formerly tourist-packed streets and beaches of Bali are now eerily devoid of Westerners. TEOH TEIK HOONG revisits the broken jewel of Indonesia.
It is difficult to keep your hat on in Wellington. No thanks to the frequent gusts of wind that sweep through the New Zealand capital, affectionately called Windy Wellington. NG SU-ANN has the stories.
Despite their nasty reputation, sea urchins are really quite beautiful creatures up close. Their long spines shelter small fishes, shrimps and crabs from predators, while their diet of algae keeps reefs from being smothered by marine plants. But in large numbers, sea urchins can tip teh delicate balance of the marine ecosystem and reduce a reef to rubble.
MALAYSIA, by emphasising on education and technology, and encouraging small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), has adopted the most appropriate stance in the current global trade scenario, where China is rapidly becoming the dominant trading power in Asia, according to I>Time/Imagazine senior editor (business and technology) Jim Erickson.
Mention Malaccan food, and Nyonya and Portuguese come to mind. Some of the most delicious food stalls are sited on the most incredible side lanes and five-foot ways. We#8217;ve picked out a few of the best.
A race horse bought for RM100,000 in a horse sale in Australia was killed in a freak accident at the Perak Turf Club here on Friday when it was electrocuted in its stall.
By MARY SCHNEIDER