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By Erda Khursyiah Basir

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama) -- Canada's largest and most comprehensive art project, dubbed the Quilt of Belonging, is among the main attractions at the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) exhibition at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) from today until Tuesday.


By Nur Aimidiyana Zuher

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Malaysia's victory in securing a non-permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) shows that the international community recognises Malaysia's ability to play an important role in the resolution of critical global security issues, according to an academician.


By Mohd Faizal Hassan and Rohana Nasrah

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- What Malaysia needs, now that it has once again secured a non permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), is to be more vocal in promoting moderation and world peace.


By Mohd Nasir Yusof

(This is the second and final part of the two-series article written by the Bernama journalist who attended a recent study tour of China. The programme was organised by the China Foundation for Peace and Development, with the cooperation of Umno.)

BEIJING (Bernama) -- The transformation of China Radio International (CRI) is an excellent indication that China's endeavour to embrace a more affable image is working.


By Noor Farhana Ahmad Norain

KUALA LUMPUR, (Bernama) -- Malaysia shoulders enormous responsibility to help tackle various issues as the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) non-permanent member, says Global Movement of Moderates Foundation (GMMF) chairman Tan Sri Razali Ismail.


By Mikhail Raj Abdullah

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Malaysia certainly has a lot to offer in terms of sharing knowledge and practical experience with other developing countries in the Commonwealth from the ongoing implementation of the National Transformation Policy.


By Mohd Nasir Yusoff

(This is the first of a two-part article written by a Bernama journalist who was part of a recent study trip to China. The trip was organised by the China Foundation for Peace and Development, with the cooperation of Umno.)

BEIJING (Bernama) -- Although China has turned into an economic powerhouse after instituting economic reforms more than three decades ago, it is still attentive to how other nations perceive the nation. Why is this so?