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Christina Chin

sgchris@thestar.com.my

Recent and archived articles by Christina Chin

Fewer women opt for STEM

23 July 2017

PETALING JAYA: It appears that Malaysian girls are not aiming to break the STEM glass ceiling yet.

MEF: Retain the talent

23 July 2017

ATTRACTING STEM women is a “great task” but retaining such talents is even tougher, the Malaysian Employers Federation says.

Bringing the ladies back

23 July 2017

OVER 80 female science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) talent have returned to the country under TalentCorp’s Returning Expert Programme (REP) since 2011.

Where are the women?

23 July 2017

More jobs are being replaced by technological advancements, yet half of the country’s population are turning their backs on STEM.

Pupils’ burden getting heavier

22 July 2017

PETALING JAYA: The issue of pupils lugging heavy schoolbags has been a long-standing complaint but it is getting heavier than ever.

When fiction’s sold as fact

25 June 2017

It’s not just up to the government, media and tech companies to stomp out fake news. Individuals must stop sharing misinformation and disinformation.

Regulating social media

18 June 2017

In May, deadly caste clashes led north Indian authorities to block social media to prevent instigation of violence via WhatsApp and Facebook. Should social media be regulated?

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