Monthly Archives: September 2011

Keeping the tempo

Interesting mix of players at round-robin tournament. AFTER the excitement of the Malaysian Chess Festival, the focus of the chess community has turned to the Raja Nazrin Shah invitational masters and international open chess championships at the Swiss Garden Hotel … Continue reading

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FMM Copycat Innovation workshop

With an acronym like YKK, you’d think that this story has everything to do with the ubiquitous zippers that you can find on almost every piece of clothing. But no, I’m not writing about zippers. YKK in this instance refers … Continue reading

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Chinese players dominate

Chinese players make an impression. ONE clear sign of the eighth Arthur Tan Malaysia open chess championship that ended at the Cititel Midvalley Hotel last week was the sheer dominance of the Chinese players. The Chinese have always been fervent … Continue reading

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