Month: March 2018

Here are three variations of the perennial Malaysian favourite that always makes great tea-time snacks. SPIRAL SARDINE CURRY PUFFS Filling 1 small can sardines in tomato sauce, well drained1 sprig curry leaves, sliced thinly25g onion, diced2 tbsp meat curry powder150g potatoes, diced and steamed till soft50g California raisins3 hard-boiled eggs, cut each egg into 8
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Maybe it’s the extra exercise, the mental challenges, or simply a psychological effect – but older people who spend a lot of time with their grandchildren are healthier and live longer, a new German study has found. Psychologist Ralph Hertwig and his colleagues at the Berlin-based Max Planck Institute for Human Development evaluated data from
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Many heart disease risk factors are the same for everyone. Lifestyle choices such as insufficient exercise, obesity, nicotine addiction and excessive alcohol consumption are factors that put many adults at risk. But Dr Regis Fernandes, a cardiologist at the Mayo Clinic (a nonprofit medical practice and research group in Rochester, Minnesota), says such behaviours seem more
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BELGRADE (Reuters) – Former world number one Novak Djokovic has parted company with head coach Andre Agassi after struggling to rediscover his form following a long elbow injury layoff. “With only the best intentions I tried to help Novak. We far too often found ourselves agreeing to disagree,” American Agassi said in a statement broadcast
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A GROUP of final year students have organised a one-day stress management event called Dear Stress. Carried out in partnership with the Malaysian Mental Health Association, the event emphasised on educating undergraduate students to develop a positive perception toward stress. The students are taking the Bachelor of Corporate Communication from the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman’s
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AEON Co. (M) Bhd has introduced the AEON Bakery School programme. This is an initiative that grooms and trains individuals to become certified bakers. Students who successfully complete the programme will be offered employment opportunities by AEON at their outlets nationwide. AEON Co. (M) Bhd managing director Shinobu Washizawa said: “With breads and other baked
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DRB-Hicom University of Automotive Malaysia (DHU), is offering 200 full tuition fee scholarships worth over RM2mil for two foundation programmes – Foundation in Engineering and Foundation in Business Management. The intakes for the one-year foundation courses are on April 7 and 8. This is the second year that DHU is providing scholarships for foundation programmes,
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MONASH University Malaysia kicked off its 20th year celebrations with a heart thumping, groovy party recently. There were balloons, party hats, face-painting, and henna art, as well as delicious food served up by local chefs. Satay-in-a-cup was a hit among the adults while the children satisfied their craving with fluffy cotton candy. “Happy birthday, Monash!
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MEETING her other half was an unexpected bonus for Tiew Lian Sze when she accepted the Gamuda Scholarship. The contract and commercial (system works) assistant manager had joined Gamuda Bhd in 2011 after receiving the scholarship and met her husband as she was completing a three-year scholarship bond. “We met in 2015 when we were
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Mizuno has launched its new GT180 driver that completes its wood line- up for 2018. Having made good headlines with its irons in 2017, Mizuno is now pushing deeper into metal woods – a category in which it has a track record of introducing some of the industry’s more influential innovations. The mass production of
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THE award-winning Scholastic News Kids Press Corps, a team of student journalists aged between 10 to 14 from around the world, is now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year. Kids in Asia with a passion for journalism and an interest in reporting “news for kids by kids” are invited to submit their application at
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SCHOOL-leavers who enrol in Taylor’s University will now have the liberty to customise a curriculum that would suit their interests and goals in life. The private university has launched the Taylor’s Curriculum Framework (TCF). This will give students the flexibility of combining their passion with fields of study like business, communications, law, architecture among other
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