Global Oak Tree Scholars International School co-founder Veronica Shepherdson believes in the power of collaboration between teachers and students and says education must not be boring.
Women have come a long way since those silent days in history, confined by stereotypical gender roles modelled by society. Happy International Women’s Day.
The relevant ministries must look into the digital gap among Malaysians, especially students. Reliance on non-governmental organisations only highlights incompetency and populistic efforts, writes Rheanne Wong.
With online shopping, you can find almost anything no matter how random or weird. But would you pay RM200 for a potty that doubles up as a ‘Chinese Traditional Fruit Basket’?
With a large portion of Bukit Kiara gazetted as a green lung, Friends of Bukit Kiara plans to push for wider engagement with community-based and non-governmental organisations, and the public to take the green agenda to the next level.
For the sake of the nation and future generations, we must rid ourselves of cultural and religious bigots, charlatans and those who manipulate our differences to serve their own nefarious agenda.
Unity will be difficult as long as we have politicians who continue to use race and religious cards to split the people.
The joy of winning a gold medal is intoxicating. But strangely, the euphoria does not do anything to cure the gaping economic wound of the people or boost their financial wellness.
There has not been proper and concerted planning to engage and address the plight of the lower-income groups. As during the pandemic, planning has been reactive rather than proactive, writes Prof Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Aidan Kwong, 13, who aspires to be an architect, authored “Changes for the better”- a short story about a 12-year-old boy who convinced his grandparents to change their outlook and embrace new ways of doing things in the Covid-19 era.
It may have been a quiet Chinese New Year for many, but Twentytwo13’s Pearl Lee discovered how even the smallest of gatherings can be the biggest of celebration with the right amount of fun, laughter and positivity.
A history lesson and why Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis finally gave in to temptation and bought a bread maker.
Inject fun and laughter and stay positive as we welcome the Metal Ox! Happy Chinese New Year from all of us at Twentytwo13.