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KUALA LUMPUR: The National Creative Industry Policy must be reassessed and improved to spearhead the growth of the national creative industry, says Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah.
Lecturers who join academia with relevant academic qualifications and work experience are a boon to students
EVERY crisis brings its disaster as well as opportunity. If there can be cooperation and compromise, this pandemic is a good time to accept all the past problems and move on to a better future.
PETALING JAYA: Huawei Malaysia has launched its Asean Academy, with the aim of nurturing 50,000 Malaysians for the country’s digital sector over the next five years.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Advocates of changing Japan's century-old tradition of starting the school year in April, when cherry blossoms bloom, are seizing on school closures caused by the coronavirus as a chance for reforms they say will internationalise education.
PETALING JAYA: The Star Online has a remarkable international readership – it garnered more than four-fold jump in its international traffic over the past year.
After 25 years of existence, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) may be hurtling toward the irrelevance that doomed its predecessors.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China will lead a gradual U-shaped regional economic recovery, which will help anchor production and confidence in neighboring countries aided by the adoption of a wide range of stimulus packages to contain the novel coronavirus epidemic, the head of a leading international research organisation told China Daily in an exclusive interview on Wednesday (May 13).