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New year, new teaching tools

Tens of thousands of teachers will begin teaching this year with the aid of notebooks, LCDs and other new teaching and educational tools. In fact, 2003 will see many changes in schools.


Ghani: Singaporeans still streaming into Malaysia

Strained between Singapore and Malaysia resulting from the overlapping claims on Pulau Batu Puteh and the water price issue has not affected the social relationship between citizens of both countries.

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Video conferencing, e-mail and movies on the road

BY THE end of the year, traffic jams may never be the same again for tech-savvy motorists and their passengers.


Prayers and festivities usher in the Goat

Many Malaysians also took the opportunity to visit open houses hosted by their Chinese friends.

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26,000 stream into travel fair despite imminent war

IMMINENT war did not stop 26,000 people from streaming into Singapore#8217;s first big travel fair of the year, but it did translate into very few bookings to Turkey and the Middle East.

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Temple hosts mega dinner for all races

BIRTHDAY bashes have never been this big. More than 14,000 diners celebrated the birthday of Tua Pek Kong, or the Prosperity God, at the Singapore Expo on Sunday night.


Excellent for networking

IN just four days, you can really tour theworld of education at the WEM!#8221; enthusesWorld Education Market (WEM) directorElaine Legault.


Iraqis: We're ashamed

Athir Kamel works as a guide-cum-driver. His easy nature and endless jokes always put journalists at ease. But on Friday evening, as he watched US troops walk in and out the Palestine Hotel like they owned it, he broke down: #8220;I am ashamed to be an Iraqi. My heart is bleeding and no medicine can heal the wound. This is not my country any more.


Opening, closing events on the Net

Malaysians abroad will be able to view the opening and closing of Umno's 57th general assembly on the Internet.


Sleepless in Seattle

Three winners of the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003 walked away with more than just RM15,000; they lived their dream for a week in Seattle, USA. KAREN CHAPMAN joined them on their study tour to the home of Microsoft and Boeing.