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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10 Easy Ways to Fundraise for Your Student Organization
Dec07

10 Easy Ways to Fundraise for Your Student Organization

  If you are a part of a student organization, it is a good opportunity to expand your contacts, exchange experience with other students, make many good friends, have a lot of fun and useful things together. But usually, most student units face the problem of money deficiency for many different activities they could probably set up on their campuses. We have brainstormed and prepared you a list of 10 easy ways to raise money for...

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36% of Malaysian Fresh Graduates Leave Their First Jobs
Sep26

36% of Malaysian Fresh Graduates Leave Their First Jobs

After Less Than One Year Young talent expect employers to move quickly to provide professional development and promotions with higher salaries to keep them on board, according to new research by Monster.com ● 74% of young talent left their first job due to a lack of professional development, while 43% quit in order to pursue a higher paying role ● 58% agree their first job is the most important role they will ever have ● 80% of...

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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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16 Things To Do in Malaysia Before You Die
Aug17

16 Things To Do in Malaysia Before You Die

Many of you may have already experienced some of the things we have listed down here. However, even though you are a Malaysian, there is still a good chance that you haven’t done a few things here that could very well change your life or give you a good excuse to take a break from the hustle and bustle of your student/work life. However, even though you are a Malaysian, there is still a good chance that you haven’t done a...

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Why Julian Had to Travel Over 13,000 km for University?
Jul07

Why Julian Had to Travel Over 13,000 km for University?

I am a Malaysian, but I’m also ethnically Chinese. I grew up in Malaysia and in my final year of secondary school, I recall being told that I was no longer the top student because “the rules had changed.” Traditionally, the top spot was awarded to the student with the highest subject average. But that year, my friend who had scored almost 100 points less than me in total marks — a difference of almost 10 percent between our subject...

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Is Studying Overseas REALLY For You ~?
May31

Is Studying Overseas REALLY For You ~?

Are you ready to embark on a journey thousands of kilometers away from your home? For many students thinking about their education after high school or college, studying overseas may seem like the glamorous option compared to staying in the country to pursue their degree. Whilst studying abroad does have it’s fair share of attractions, let’s just give it a small breakdown to see if you’re better off staying here or...

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Malaysian Musical At UK
Feb10

Malaysian Musical At UK

  Written by Vanessa Yeo, a medical student with a heart for penning and the blogger of “The Fishmonger’s Friend“. She loves green tea desserts, all things Benedict Cumberbatch. She also believes in the power of humour and food to bring people together.   Hearts pounding, adrenaline pumping, palms sweating – the body’s manner in response to messages relayed from the brain that the performance would commence...

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