Doing what becomes naturally

    CARING for the environment and the community comes naturally to Abel Nelson Nang. Hospitality is second nature to this Mirian who heads a company that prides itself on exemplary teamwork in championing environmental preservation and community well-being. As group director... more »

    Sailing for inter-regional solidarity

    KUCHING: In terms of a life-changing experience, getting accepted on the ‘Ship for Southeast Asian and Japan Youth Programme’ (SSEAYP) ranks rather high – if you could prove yourself worthy to represent the country. In past years, Sarawakians had boarded... more »

    Have toque, will travel

    AS a young boy growing up in West Malaysia, Azhari Aziz had a dream — to travel and see the world for free. However, to some of the adults around him, he might as well have asked for the moon as... more »

    Rediscover luxury at Marina Bay Sands

    EVEN from a distance, Marina Bay Sands is impressive. As my taxi cruised along the East Coast Parkway after my arrival at Changi International Airport, I caught a glimpse of its gleaming towers and the iconic boat-like structure that houses... more »

    The lament of Song

    IT is a beautiful but sad Song. This township in the Central Region has a beautiful name. And as the name suggests, it is a jewel, one that should rightly be sparkling with day-long vibrancy, but is not, at deltas... more »

    Our Florence Nightingales deserve better

    AN expected increase in demand for nurses with a corresponding dip in supply. The Journal of Human Resources Management and Labour Studies December 2014 has predicted this grim outlook for the nursing profession in the coming decades. The situation is... more »
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