Recent and archived articles by Simrit Kaur
To honour the late Dr Lee Poh Ping, two academic publications which contain his writings, were produced by his peers.
IT IS easier to build children than repair adults.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia must recapture the vision of the founding fathers, which is a united and prosperous nation with a shared destiny, said a historian.
THE scenic islands of Hawaii would qualify as a dream study destination for most.
How precious is water? Very – it is essential to our survival. But water’s value is not reflected in its price.
IMAGINE riding a bicycle in Amsterdam, having afternoon tea in London, eating dumplings in Shanghai, dancing the samba in Rio de Janeiro and immersing yourself in Berlin’s club scene. All in 72 hours.
IT WAS a gathering that spanned several generations when over 130 alumni attended the inaugural reunion of Sikh graduates from Universiti Malaya (UM).
IS television dead? Probably not. But the way we watch our favourite TV shows has certainly changed over the years.
FORMER Indian High Commissio-ner to Malaysia Prof Veena Sikri was in the country for the launch of her book, India and Malaysia: Intertwined Strands.
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 19 new fellows have been elected to the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM). Fellows have the right to use the designatory letters FASc.