In Young Voices this week, 12-year-old Adam Cheong pens a short story entitled ‘Emerald Gaze’. The story is part of a series of short stories – The Eye: A Young Writer’s Anthology, which was launched last week.
Freelance journalist and writer, Brigitte Rozario has been running a Junior Writers Programme since 2018, teaching teenagers how to plan storylines, make them relatable, and become page-turners. Her students have produced six anthologies, including The Eye: A Young Writers’ Anthology, launched yesterday with 20 writers, aged 12-16, exploring macabre, creepy, and bizarre tales.
Sports, studies, social life, skills, interests, and sleep. These are some of the common components of a teenager’s life. But, what if, after having all that, something still feels ‘off’? Fourteen-year-old Amir Ridzuan Bahari shares about having a spiritual guide that provides directions, answers, and certainty regarding life, and how to live it.
In Young Voices this week, 15-year-old Shwathi Sudharshan, writes about her recent trip to South Korea, where she and more than 500 Malaysian Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts had the time of their lives at the 25th World Scout Jamboree.
In Young Voices this week, Aidan Ooi draws parallels between doors and our different mental states.
In Young Voices this week, Naga Pranav Patcha, 15, says movie concepts are seriously lacking in creativity and are starting to become more predictable these days. Separately, Ashi Mishra, 14, shares her expression via a poem entitled ‘Tupelo Honey’.
In Young Voices this week, Tisha Loh Zhi Yi offers some tongue-in-cheek tips on how to get parents to approve a teen’s obsession to attend a concert.
In Young Voices this week, Stella Cheng Zhe Xin and Syed Ishe Syed Johan Izmin speak to several writers who believe in the power and practicality of artificial intelligence but insist it will not be able to replicate the human soul in a literary piece.
Young Voices this week continues to explore the world of artificial intelligence (AI) writing tools as Christopher Foong and N. Theivanai speak to students to get their views about the technology.
In Young Voices this week, R. Thamitira and Tisha Loh Zhi Yi speak to several Malaysian parents regarding artificial intelligence writing tools and if they would encourage their children to take up a career in writing.
In Young Voices this week, Anna Anthon and Huang Ning Shan obtain the perspective of a 17-year-old soon-to-be university student who loves using ChatGPT.
In Young Voices this week, 16-year-old Shamira Rachel Paul shares a tale of a love gone wrong.
In Young Voices this week, Carissa De-Ern Stuart pens a story about Sierra, whose unflinching devotion to her twin, ensures her sister remains in the limelight, even if it means being complicit in deceit.