Google Malaysia gives students tips and Cool Tools 4 ‘Skool’ to juggle college life
Jun12

Google Malaysia gives students tips and Cool Tools 4 ‘Skool’ to juggle college life

With only 24 hours in a day, it can be a challenge for a student to have a vibrant social life, a good academic record and still have a good night’s sleep each night. To help college-going students navigate their hectic lives, Google Malaysia collaborated with Tunku Abdul Rahman University College for the first time to organize a fun and interactive session called Google Cafe: Cool Tools 4 Skool to share smartphone life hacks. As...

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Why Do You Need Student Loans And How To Behave With This Money?
Jun05

Why Do You Need Student Loans And How To Behave With This Money?

At almost every modern university, you may hear about a feature like a student loan. However, not every student pays attention to this despite the fact that it can be a very useful thing (if you use it wisely). Besides, not everyone understands how exactly it works. In fact, this is something quite handy taking into account the high price of education today. However, there are also some possible pitfalls. For example, many young...

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Melanau Sawarakian “Lily Polaris” Dissappointed After Being Insulted/E-Bullied
Jun01

Melanau Sawarakian “Lily Polaris” Dissappointed After Being Insulted/E-Bullied

Right after the unexpected victory of Pakatan Harapan, “Lily Polaris” alias to a Malaysian refugee in Europe posted an S.O.S. video on Youtube to reach out to Dr. Tun Mahathir for help. The video was titled “Message to Tun Dr. Mahathir from a Malaysian refugee in Europe SOS”. She claims to be a Sarawak Melanau who fell victim to slavery and human trafficking in Johor Bahru and ended up becoming a refugee after...

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Changes Malaysian Youth Hope To See After GE14
May15

Changes Malaysian Youth Hope To See After GE14

Click here for Original Article at Juice Graphics: kkkkkiddddd Despite election fever heating up our shores like Coachella did in the United States, the idea of mixing youth and politics is not a popular one in Malaysia as statistics have proven that out of the 18.7 million eligible voters, 67% of the 3.8 million unregistered ones are made up of those within the age range of 21 to 30 years old. It’s a worrying fact, mostly because...

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A Celebration of Academic Success For Cambridge International Learners
May15

A Celebration of Academic Success For Cambridge International Learners

Malaysian learners have done it again as 125 learners from 46 schools were named top achievers at Cambridge Assessment International Education’s (Cambridge International) bi-annual Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards. Held at Hotel Armada, the ceremony acknowledged the exceptional performance of students in the November 2017 examination series for Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and...

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Machine learning algorithms dived into GE14 battle on Twitter-verse
May12

Machine learning algorithms dived into GE14 battle on Twitter-verse

  OVER the last couple of years, the power of data analytics has been cast in a negative albeit powerful limelight as a social-shaping, highly impactful kingmaker tool in a nation’s election. Think Cambridge Analytica and the slew of claims of election rigging and data privacy violation. Taking pride as a Malaysia-grown regional enterprise, the Center of Applied Data Science (CADS) seized the opportunity of the 14th Malaysian...

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Science stream students, register for the National Science Challenge 2018 Now ~!
May10

Science stream students, register for the National Science Challenge 2018 Now ~!

The annual National Science Challenge (NSC) is back with a series of exciting challenges that will test students on their knowledge and application of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). National Science Challenge 2018 invites all 16-year old science stream students across the nation to participate in the premier annual science competition. ExxonMobil renews partnership with Academy of Sciences Malaysia to promote...

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Why did Malaysia decide to send its troops to help Palestine?
Apr30

Why did Malaysia decide to send its troops to help Palestine?

Written by Lisa Griffin Since Trump’s triumphant ascension to power, intriguing phenomena are following each other in quick succession. Malaysia’s unexpected decision to send military troops to Palestine is one of them. Trump’s decree that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital has attracted sharp reactions; demonstrations and Islamic states considering the US policy as an insult directed at them. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo...

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