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The year to open up

Nation only has handful more years to achieve Vision 2020.

Community

Use powerful law with caution

SARAWAK and Sabah have their own autonomy control when it comes to immigration laws.

Community

Women drive me up the wall

By ANDREW LO.

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Petaling Street no longer seems to represent Malaysian culture and its people

PETALING Street, also known as the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, is a permanent fixture on lists of places for tourists to visit but many locals can also be found in the area, proving its overall popularity for a number of reasons.

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One-way route reason behind low customer numbers, say traders

IT HAS been more than eight months since the one-way route system was introduced along part of Jalan Besar, as well as Jalan SK12/1 and Jalan Raya 1 in Seri Kembangan.

Community

Support people-led initiatives in relief work

THEY say there are just three kinds of responses when bad things happen. The first is to sit back, watch and feel helpless. The second would be to feel bad about it and ponder over the meaning of it all.

Focus

China’s answer to popular Western theme parks is a runaway success

Halfway through The Han Show – one of the two latest offerings by Chinese property entertainment and property conglomerate Wanda Group – an audience member turned to me and asked, “Do you understand the storyline?”

Community

Celebrated magazine only destroyed the little credibility it had

PEOPLE who know me well enough know one key trait about me. I have a long fuse. Meaning, I take a long time to get angry.

Metro Biz

How addressing thorny issues early helps startups

WITH startups on the rise, many young entrepreneurs now have the freedom to define their own leadership style and to chart a culture that will attract the right talent to join them towards their vision.

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Common sense, courtesy and stricter law enforcement can reduce road congestion

EVERY morning, thousands of city folks begin a new day by queuing helplessly in a congested road system alongside other gloomy-faced commuters who are competing for their road space.