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DECADES may have passed, but medicine and dentistry remain hot career choices for young Malaysians leaving high school. While career choice can often be easy to make, driven by the student’s inner passion and drive, often, the same cannot be said in choosing the higher education institution where they can pursue their studies.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The number of kidney patients requiring haemodialysis treatment, which has been on the rise over the past 10 years, has prompted Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah to set up another centre for the treatment here.
PETALING JAYA: Despite showing resilience in adapting to the rapidly changing and turbulent times, Malaysian youth need to keep adjusting quickly or face difficulties in an environment with a global recession, said youth leaders.
MUAR: Despite a five-figure salary, he quit his job as a bank manager to pursue his dream of becoming a farmer even though his knowledge in agriculture is limited.
(Reuters) - First Oprah Winfrey gave up her usual place on the cover of O magazine to Breonna Taylor. Now she is posting billboards of the slain emergency room technician, seeking criminal charges for the police who killed the Black woman in her own apartment.
PETALING JAYA: Electronics giant Samsung Electronics has launched its flagship smartphone series, the Galaxy Note 20, along with a foldable smartphone, tablets, a smartwatch and wireless earbuds to complement a person’s digital lifestyle.
IGA, Japan (Reuters) - The mystique of Japan's once-feared covert warriors, spread by films and fiction, is embodied today in the world's first winner of a master's degree in ninja studies, who also grows his own crops, just as many of his predecessors did.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s very own “Turtle Lady”, Prof Chan Eng Heng, has been honoured yet again, this time with a lifetime achievement award from the International Sea Turtle Society (ISTS).
OVER 30,000 North Korean defectors risked their lives to cross one of the world’s most heavily fortified borders and settle in South Korea, escaping their communist homeland.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada is struggling to contain a COVID-19 outbreak among a highly private religious group that lives in tight-knit colonies and eschews mainstream society for a more traditional agrarian lifestyle.