(Photo credit: Prime Minister’s Office of Malaysia) By Stefan Wagstyl in London Despite what some might see as an economic storm, Stefan Wagstyl finds a premier confident of hitting his 2020 goal A slowdown in the Chinese economy, plunging commodity prices and the looming end of US “QE3” quantitative easing might appear to present an economic storm … Read moreInterview: Najib Razak, Malaysia Prime Minister, shrugs off threat to growth
Whatever it is you do for a living, it usually feels as if you just don’t have the time to fit everything in that needs to be done. The secrets of success in any sort of workplace usually lie in the area of effective time management. Here we include a few useful and proven tips to help you be more productive in the workplace.
In remote parts of Malaysia, children are often separated from their parents from as young as seven to attend school in a nearby village. By the time they are 13, they would be living miles away in town for their secondary education. (Photo credit: Carolyn Hong) By Carolyn Hong Dona was five years old, her … Read moreLeaving home, age seven
(Photo credit: Simen S , flickr) By Dan McCrum and Kara Scannell and Tom Braithwaite in New York, Source: FT.com Since federal investigators stunned Wall S
Malaysia will be classified as an aging nation by the year 2020 where 10% of its population will be aged 60 or older. This episode of business circle talks to Jillian Lewis and Paul Rowell, Directors of My Flex Health Group Sdn Bhd, in regards to the opportunities that aged healthcare provides to the business … Read morePrivate Aged Healthcare In Malaysia
What does the future hold for graduates? A (slight) advantage is that more and more jobs are advertised with the requirement that “candidates must possess at least a bachelor’s degree…” (Photo credit: Danielteolijr, Wikimedia Commons) By San Peng Steve Jobs. Bill Gates. Mark Zuckerberg. Larry Ellison. Michael Dell. What do these men have in common? … Read moreA degree to nowhere