Muhammad Faris Haikal Mohd Hassan Sa’ari of Benua Equestrian Stables books ticket to FEI Junior and Young Riders Endurance World Championships in Pisa, San Rossore, Italy in September.
Industry players see new technologies such as automation and artificial intelligence as an opportunity to upskill their staff en route to establishing Malaysia as the preferred contact centre hub.
Party leaders in Malaysia have so much power yet most decisions are made top-down. In America, it is definitely the opposite.
Universiti Malaya lecturer Associate Professor Dr Megat Ahmad Kamaluddin Megat Daud urges authorities to leverage on numerous studies to boost sports industry in Malaysia and create competent administrators.
Fazlan ‘Faz’ Adhili Mustafa Kamar and Kencana Plan A Racing team hope to unearth future cycling champions in the mould of Azizulhasni Awang with their youth development team.
Former National Sports Institute chief Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz says institute’s recent move to open doors to public is just the beginning with a sports medicine hospital among other plans.
Education Ministry secretary-general Datuk Mohd Ghazali Abas says the move was to ensure YTL Communications’ commercial consumers are not affected as he reveals hidden cost among reasons for stopping 1BestariNet.
Exams may be necessary in education but there should be less emphasis on results and more on project-based tasks to pique a child’s interest, draw their creativity and develop higher order thinking skills.
YTL Communications Sdn Bhd has accused the Education Ministry of breach of contract and not acting in good faith by terminating 1BestariNet and Frog Virtual Learning Environment (Frog VLE) services offered by the company to over 10,000 schools nationwide.
Fresh from winning the WBA Asia South Cruiserweight title, Malaysian boxer Farkhan Haron believes more can be done to promote boxing and other martial arts if stakeholders join forces.
As new Internet service and learning platform system in Malaysian schools begin today, YTL Communications managing director Datuk Yeoh Seok Hong and FrogAsia executive director Lou Yeoh say they will continue to provide services to over 10,000 schools for free for the next six months and that its 1BRIS towers will remain active as per their contract with the Education Ministry.
Tomorrow marks the end of the 1BestariNet and Frog virtual learning environment (VLE) in 10,211 Malaysian schools and the beginning of another nightmare for teachers and students.
Having spent thirty years in Kuala Lumpur, our Washington DC columnist can’t wait for summer to be over in ‘Kuala Paya’.