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Even in death, Chin Peng still stirs strong emotions

They say that if you want to destroy a nation, you mess around with the children's education. In Malaysia, we tinker with our history and leave out important bits, so that our children are ignorant about our past.


At Instagram hotspot, LOLs trump likes

Crammed into a supermarket trolley, Kiki Malliora squealed with laughter as she rolled past her sister at Cologne's pop-up selfie museum, where visitors said having fun outweighs the hunt for "likes" in a changing social media landscape.


He wants work, not sympathy

Physically challenged Melaka car foreman by the name of Pak Busu does not yearn for your sympathy. He only hopes that you will send in your car for him to repair so that he can make a living with his own skill.


An alliance in disunity

A disunited alliance without a common goal will be no match for Umno-PAS.


Australian police to probe 'Chinese spy' claims

Australian police will open a formal investigation into explosive claims by a self-styled Chinese spy who defected Down Under with an apparent trove of sensitive intelligence, an official told AFP Tuesday.


Hong Kong leader offers mea culpa, but no concessions

Carrie Lam acknowledges that public dissatisfaction with her government has fuelled a landslide win by pro-democracy candidates in district council elections, but offers no new concessions to resolve months of violent protests.


Not easy to recognise UEC: Maszlee

Education minister Maszlee Malik admits that it is not easy to recognise the UEC as the issue involves the Constitution, national education policy and the social contract.


Chinese state media say Hong Kong elections 'skewed'

Chinese state media on Tuesday sought to downplay and discredit the results of Hong Kong elections that delivered a stunning victory for pro-democracy candidates and a stinging rebuke to the pro-Beijing establishment.


'Thankful for life': Japan disaster survivors meet pope

Survivors of Japan's so-called "triple disaster", the 2011 earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown, told Pope Francis on Monday they were "thankful for being given life" and urged solidarity with victims.


Vegetable farming for autistic children

Although the vegetable farm could only have a modest harvest at this moment, it has nevertheless provided a fertile ground for autistic children to learn about farming and other things.


 

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