“Does SPM Results Really Matter?” Confessed JinnyBoy, Mai Mahathir, and other Malaysians.
Mar07

“Does SPM Results Really Matter?” Confessed JinnyBoy, Mai Mahathir, and other Malaysians.

1. Andrew Boey, 45, spent years studying what his mom thought was his strongest subjects only to discover his real passion lies in photography.   Image via Andrew Boey “First of all, congratulations to those who just received their SPM results! Right now, you must be thinking what you want to do with your life and your studies or career path. My advice: DO WHAT YOU LOVE and NOT do what you can. I got 6A’s for my SPM...

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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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How Dating Apps Have Evolved Relationships?
Feb08

How Dating Apps Have Evolved Relationships?

Different Kinds of Tinder (or other Online Dating apps) Users in Malaysia: “Oh he is so cute ~! I think he got six-packed leh.” [Swipe Right] “Nah, she is not my type.” [Swipe Left] “… … ” [Swipe Right, Right, Right, Right … … … while watching TV or driving.] “Oh yer … … you use Tinder want ah? I din know you are that superficial de.” [Active...

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Goal Goal Goal! Go See Ola Bola!
Feb04

Goal Goal Goal! Go See Ola Bola!

Written by Angelynn Tan – a student pursuing her psychology major from Tunku Abdul Rahman College University and an adventurous travel blogger. You can read her adventures at TravelHolicMusings. Follow Angelynn on her Facebook page, her Instagram and her Pinterest board. As I walked out of the cinema after watching Ola Bola, my heart was pumping and my face was flushed. To be honest, I did not have much of an expectation for...

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13 Young Malaysian Startup Founders Reveal What They Would Do Differently
Jan22

13 Young Malaysian Startup Founders Reveal What They Would Do Differently

This week, we are delighted to have 13 Malaysian Startup Founders answer the question: “What would you do differently if you have the second chance to launch your business?“ The advice they share today will definitely shave a few inches off the learning curve in starting your own business in 2016. Enjoy!   1) Tham Keng Yew – Socialwalk (www.Socialwalk.com) Startups are a gold mine of “should...

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What’s Racist and What’s Not?
Jan16

What’s Racist and What’s Not?

The recent incident pertaining to the security guard at a Shah Alam polytechnic has brought up again issues with racism in the country. A number of individuals in social media tried to downplay the whole issue. I would like to take this opportunity to perhaps deliberate what’s racist and what’s not: Setting up the stage  At nine, I began adopting my nickname Billy. I thought it was a nice name and that I actually chose to name myself...

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45 Must Watch Movies by Malaysians in 2016
Jan05

45 Must Watch Movies by Malaysians in 2016

Fuyoh!!! All of you Malaysian movie-lovers, 2016 is a great year to be alive! Here’s our top 45 movies picked by our editorial team of MalaysianStudent.com. This list is enough to quench your thirst for any fantasy, inspiration, action, thriller, comedy, etc…… on the screen… ROFL The Fifth Wave– January 15 The 5th Wave follows 16-year-old Cassie Sullivan as she tries to survive in a world devastated by the...

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