Australian Students Taps into Malaysian Forensic Science Expertise
Sep13

Australian Students Taps into Malaysian Forensic Science Expertise

    Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia will help Australia boost its capacity to respond to mass disasters by hosting forensic science students from Western Australia for a two-week intensive course. Murdoch University forensic science lecturer Dr. Paola Magni worked with the head of UKM Forensics Dr. Raja Zuha to organize the important strategic initiative that will assist budding forensic experts to sharpen their crime and...

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Freeschool.my – The Launching of Free Online School for Malaysians
Sep13

Freeschool.my – The Launching of Free Online School for Malaysians

Kuala Lumpur, 12 September, 2017 – freeschool.my, a not for profit multi-lingual learning portal targeting students sitting for Malaysian public exams is open for enrollment starting today. Fully funded by Brickfields Asia College (BAC) and supported by the Ministry of Education, the online learning platform aims to extend the reach of and maximize the impact achieved by EduNation, Malaysia’s largest free online school that provides...

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The Not So Glamorous Stories of 5 Malaysian Geniuses
Aug20

The Not So Glamorous Stories of 5 Malaysian Geniuses

We remember how when we first learned about Wawasan 2020 in school, we imagined there would be flying cars, buildings on clouds, and using those long long vacuum tubes as public transport. Realizing that it’s already 2017 now, we would probably have to wait a couple more decades before that can become reality. Image from onsizzle.com Before we can actually get to the fancy future technology, being a developed country also means...

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Phong Yap Hui, a Malaysian Student Went Viral with His Photos of Taiwan
Aug19

Phong Yap Hui, a Malaysian Student Went Viral with His Photos of Taiwan

Photos of Taiwan posted by a Malaysian university student on a Facebook page that collects pictures of scenic spots around Taiwan recently wowed online viewers. “Taiwan is a wonderful place. I could not enjoy these beautiful images alone,” said Phong Yap Hui (馮業輝), a photographer from Malaysia. The 20-year-old man, now a student at the National Chin-Yi University of Technology in Taichung, captured spectacular night images...

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Top 5 Best Memory Hacks for Your Study and Work
Aug14

Top 5 Best Memory Hacks for Your Study and Work

We’ve scoured our brains and the internet for the best memory hacks to help your brain retain information quicker and easier and ultimately help you do better in your exams. Here’s a shareable infographic that our editorial team has put together. If you are using your smartphone, simply tap and save the image for later reference. Do you enjoy this infographic? Share with us on which memory hack suits you the best at the comment...

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Malaysian Students’ Technology Conference (MSTC) 2017
Aug12

Malaysian Students’ Technology Conference (MSTC) 2017

Date: 12-13 August 2017 (Sat & Sun) Time: 9AM – 6PM (Day 1), 9AM – 2PM (Day 2) Venue: Odyssey Hall, Mercu UEM, Kuala Lumpur *Note: Online registration is officially closed, but we still welcome walk-in participants on the event days themselves! “ADVANCING 4TH-WARD” MSTC (Malaysian Students’ Technology Conference) is an event organised by a student-led society based in the United Kingdom – Young Malaysian...

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Donate to Help A Local Refugee School to Stay Opened
Aug10

Donate to Help A Local Refugee School to Stay Opened

  Three thousand ringgit – that’s all Top Achievers Academy, a school for refugee children, needs to stay afloat every month. It may seem like a small sum but founders Jeanette Chan and Francis Tay face constant struggles when canvassing for funds to pay for rent and utilities. Chan, a former life insurance agent, said: “As refugees, the children’s parents are not legally allowed to work, leaving them with very limited resources....

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Malaysian Teachers Were Trained at Space Academy to Boost STEM Teaching
Aug10

Malaysian Teachers Were Trained at Space Academy to Boost STEM Teaching

For one week, 15 Malaysians trained like they were going to be the next Neil Armstrong – simulating space missions, coding, survival training, learning flight dynamics – at a space academy in the United States. There’s just one thing – they’re not budding astronauts. They’re teachers. In June 2016 and 2017, these educators joined their peers from all over the globe in a week-long programme at the US Space & Rocket Centre (USSRC)...

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