Observation and description serve as the bases for other thinking skills such as analysis and synthesis.
AT a busy railway station in China, travellers were walking up and down the aisles and many others were sitting on benches while waiting for their trains.
JULY 23, 2009 was a Thursday. I was hardly three months into my job as chairman of a media company when she visited me at my office.
Problems at schools won’t go away overnight. Schools are not care centres and teachers should not be blamed.
A HAUL of 111 gold medals might seem like a tall order, but according to Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin, this projection is based purely on the current form of our athletes taking part in the 29th SEA Games, which officially kicked off yesterday.
The war of words between the powerful Penang government and a Chinese cultural group over a heritage property in George Town’s inner city has grown more intense.
The current deadlock in a largely stable East African nation has its roots in the dynamics of its first government.
by Dorairaj Nadason
We have drifted apart, there’s no doubt about that. And, as a nation, we seem to be continuing on our divergent paths. But this is a month to cherish, when Malaysians can celebrate their nationhood, with sport and patriotism.
Separation anxiety and battery-level worry are part of an all-too-common new phobia.
Earlier this month, I had the honour of attending the much-anticipated launch of the Blossom Arts Festival Malaysia, a month-long event dedicated to showcasing the achievements and talents of the country’s emerging artists.