Wake up and smell the opportunities

All the action is in Southeast Asia in the next couple of years, and Kuala Lumpur with its majestic skyline epitomizes the bright future ahead. By: San Peng   TWO decades ago, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand were riding high. Collectively, they were dubbed the ‘tiger cub economies’. Growth was sizzling. Exports were up, up and … Read moreWake up and smell the opportunities

Education: Scaling up international schools

Mohd Arif Abdullah Christopher Bell, BA, PGCE, MSc, is an international education manager with a professional background in English Language Teaching. He has over 30 years experience in the business of international education as a teacher, university lecturer, teacher trainer, education materials developer, headmaster/principal and education manager mainly in Brunei, Malaysia, Spain, the UK and … Read moreEducation: Scaling up international schools

Auto players fight for slice of pie

MAA chairman Datuk Aishah Ahmad says the automobile industry outlook is rosy. By T.K. Tamby It may be the toughest fight in history but the political and economic uncertainties of this general election will have minimal impact on the growth of automotive sales for 2013, say industry observers and analysts. The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) … Read moreAuto players fight for slice of pie