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Karate exponents in Penang finally have a home to call their own with the opening of the Goshin-Ryu Centre of Excellence yesterday. The centre will also serve as a national training camp.
World and Olympics gymnastics champions Maria Olaru and Andreea Raducan arrived here yesterday as part of their visit to South-East Asia.
The state plans to collect 100,000 signatures in support of world peace as part of the national Peace Malaysia project to avert war on Iraq.
Youth organisations should embark on meaningful projects relating to development in society instead of merely organising dialogue sessions or recreational activities.
In I>Hamlet: Poem Unlimited/I>, author Harold Bloom attempts to uncover the mystery of both Prince Hamlet and the play itself, how both the prince and the drama are able to break through the conventions of theatrical mimesis and the representation of character, making us question the very nature of theatrical illusion.
Dwarfed by a giant Malaysian flag in the background, a group of schoolchildren waved their miniature flags excitedly when the 2003 Kembara Merdeka Jalur Gemilang convoy stopped by their school yesterday.
The stolen giant I>Jalur Gemilang/Iflag at the Prangin Mall promenade is just one of several national flags which have gone missing in Penang during Merdeka month.
The meowing sounds of more than 200 cats filled the air as the second Kuching International Cat Show filled the Civic Centre in Kuching Saturday.
Half of the previous Penang executive council is expected to be changed when the line-up is unveiled today.