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Clans fighting. People divided. Differing ideologies. Strained relationships. All this strife flaring up in a beautiful country. Sounds familiar? For starters, this isn’t a commentary about Malaysia Baru but rather it’s a case of similar political and social state of affairs found in Taiwan. It would be no surprise then that regular Malaysians, those of
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As Chinese New Year approaches, nurseries do roaring business because auspicious plants are must-haves for the festivities. Chrysanthemums, Phoenix tail, kumquats, bamboo and desert roses (fu qui hua) are perennial favourites as their names symbolise values of Chinese treasure. And these days, a new generation of Chinese are redefining their favourite Lunar New Year plants. Social
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Jeffrey Kitingan says he is hoping for something positive to come out of the special Cabinet committee’s discussions on the agreement. KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan believes that Putrajaya deserves a chance to prove its sincerity in implementing the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63). The Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) president said he was hoping
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A TOTAL of 110 Disted College students are now ready to pursue the degree of their choice after completing their Cambridge A-Levels and SACE International (South Australian Certificate of Education). The students celebrated the end of their pre-university studies with a ceremony at the college’s Heritage Hall in Penang. Disted College president and chief executive
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