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Granny flying high as Boeing engineer

Armed with a Malaysian Certificate of Education, homemaker Maimun Hassan Ringold left Malaysia with her American husband for the United States in 1969 when she was 20 years old.

New Year Wishes: Party leaders call for stability and racial harmony

There is an increasing awareness among Malaysians on the need to preserve the country#8217;s stability, security and inter-ethnic harmony after terrorism triggered economic and political uncertainty worldwide, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.

Ling reflects on the past year

After a turbulent 2002 for the MCA, waht is in store for the party in 2003? FOONG PEK YEE spoke to party president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik on New Year's eve to find out.

Murder victim’s organs can’t be donated

Businessman Tseng Chow Chih was heartbroken when told that his 16-year-old son was killed after being assaulted while on his way home on Tuesday.

Year of the Horse ends with baby boom

AS THE Chinese prepare to welcome the Year of the Goat in just a few weeks, maternity hospitals throughout the country are packed with women waiting to have their babies born before Jan 31, the last day of the Year of the Horse.

China plans to launch its first manned spacecraft

China said yesterday it plans to launch its first manned spacecraft in the second half of this year, starting a countdown for its ambitions to become the third country capable of putting people in space.

Interactive classes begin

Students will have something to look forward to when the new school year begins #8211; new teaching tools in the form of a notebook computer, LCD projector and screen as well as interactive software.

All systems go for English

New school, new uniform, new books. But that will not be all that is new for thousands of Year One and Form One students when they go back to school this year.

Peace a must for development

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ECU grants for Star fund

The School of Marketing, Tourism and Leisure at Edith Cowan University (ECU) won the Western Australian Award in 2001 for being the number one provider of tourism education in the state.