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PAUL Walker may not be a Hollywood superstar of the stature of Brad Pitt or Sean Connery, but his recent death following a car crash left an indelible mark on many.
LIKE most Malaysians, I must admit that I tend to take things with a grain of salt and need a lot of convincing before I can commit to something.
THE global outpouring of respect for Nelson Mandela suggests that we're not just saying goodbye to the man at his death but that we're losing a certain kind of leader, unique on the world stage today, and we are mourning that just as much. Mandela had an extraordinary amount of "moral authority". Why? And how did he get it?
I HAVE met very many leaders during my 29 years as deputy prime minister and prime minister. But none comes close to the stature of Nelson Mandela, freedom fighter and president of the Union of South Africa.
AFTER years of economic malaise, Japan is bouncing back. Investors have been impressed by the country's progress this year, which saw the Nikkei index rising by almost 40 per cent and the economy expanding for a third straight quarter in April-June.
BRITISH Prime Minister David Cameron was feted by China's leaders during his three-day trip to the country but much of his diet consisted of humble pie, which he manfully swallowed, pointing to "a visit that has delivered almost STG6 billion (RM31.6 billion) worth of deals", including one to export pig semen to raise the quality of Chinese pork.
SPORTS ICON: Sachin Tendulkar may still contribute by mentoring future players
BIGGEST DRAW: Warm hospitality and good food will continue to attract tourists
UP TO THE CHALLENGE: The Umno general assembly has set the direction for Sabah Umno’s future strategies
WIN, LOSE OR DRAW: Thailand is embroiled in a clash for absolute power
EXTREME INDULGENCE: Gadgets are blurring the line between flesh and figment
BLACK ANT ANALOGY: Attacks on those who act in the interests of flood victims could not have come at a worse time
MY HERO: The most impressive and decent human being I have ever met
SCHOOL-BASED ASSESSMENT: Unresolved issues must be addressed
PROSE WITH PURPOSE: Simple language and verbose passages have their place in our pages
JUST WRONG: The Republican’s penchant for slashing benefits to the jobless is a mix of callousness and bad economics