Downhill all the way

By SARENRAJ RAJENDRAN Photos by ANDRIAN TAM The scorching heat and gushes of wind blowing up red dust everywhere couldn’t keep downhill biking fans away from the finish line at the Red Bull Jungle Meltdown. The first of its kind in South East Asia, the race saw 100 riders from the region go head-to-head […]

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Storm-ing their way up

By PHYLLIS HO Two Sundays ago, Taylor’s University dodgeball team – or Taylor’s Lakeside Storm – emerged champions for the second time in a row at the MAPCU (Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities) Sports Carnival dodgeball competition. The carnival is an annual sporting event amongst private educational institutions. The event was held […]

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Simply the best

By IAN YEE   WE’VE had plenty of celebrities and famous personalities walk through the doors of our office at Menara Star, but none have caused quite the same buzz as Olympic heroes Datuk Lee Chong Wei and Pandelela Rinong. They were at our office to receive a cash reward of RM100,000 each from […]

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Life after London

Stories by ANGELIN YEOH Pandelela Rinong AS a child growing up in Kampung Jugan, Sarawak, Pandelela Rinong Pamg said she was very active and one of her favourite things to do was play at the river. “I was always jumping around at the sungai. It was fun,” she said. At that time, no one imagined […]

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A Malaysian in Cardiff

IT HAS only been less than a year since Malaysian businessman Datuk Chan Tien Ghee took charge of Cardiff City, but he’s already experienced the heartache of narrowly missing out on Premier League promotion, seen the departure of long-serving manager Dave Jones, helped the club out of its financial crisis, and survived Craig Bellamy.

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