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Letters

Play an active role in global concerns

From DR CHAN CHIN CHEUNG, Kuala Lumpur

Letters

Concern over rise in dengue cases

Writes B>DR JACOB GEORGE of Subang Jaya./B>

Lifestyle

Into the wilds

Photographer Ong Soon Hin and LEONG SIOK HUI had joined a group of Singaporean kids and their parents on an outdoor excursion to Endau-Rompin National Park in Johor.

Education

Accounting for glamour

From the glitzy world of entertainment to sports, forensics, IT and the environment, accountants are much sought after.

Lifestyle

Home away from home

AGGRESSIVE logging and expansion of farm lands have robbed Peru#8217;s spectacled bears of their jungle home but a new nature preserve promises these solitary, nocturnal animals a safe sanctuary.

Lifestyle

Getting a taste of nature

ABOUT 262 children attended the 4th International Children#8217;s Conference on the Environment (ICCE), held in Ayer Keroh Country Resort, Malacca, last month.

Nation

No more maids, says family of dead granny

For the family of the late Mok Lan, who died a week after she was beaten up by her Indonesian maid, it will be the last time they will ever employ a maid.

Lifestyle

Special trip for special kids

THE 4th International Children#8217;s Conference on the Environment was not your conventional environmental conference.

Education

Reel life drama in directing

According to documentary director Anderson Engkiong, people have their stories of life, of struggle, of celebration, and of hope. The documentary is about giving voice to these stories by letting people tell their own stories, in their own words, in their own time.

Lifestyle

Bliss in the city

In that classic children's story. 'Town Mouse and Country Mouse', a city rodent visits his cousin in the 'ulu' and vice versa. Both end up hating each other's lifestyle because it's so strange and different and neither can wait to get back to what they are used to. The classic tale suggests we are all creatures of habit and familiarity, and that pulling up one's roots and replanting them in a new environment is next to impossible. But a young couple and a retiree who exchanged one lifestyle for a completely different one offer a new take on the simple tale. REENA GURBAKSH finds out why a country mouse bolted for the city and why a town mouse headed for the hills.