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Youths should be allowed to make their own mistakes to learn the lessons of life, said the champion of the English Speaking Union Malaysia#8217;s inaugural Public Speaking Competition 2003.
Debates and public speaking are good ways to get people to practise and use English together,#8221; says British High Commissioner to Malaysia Bruce Cleghorn on the recent English Speaking Union's (ESU) Public Speaking Competition 2003.
WE have hitched a ride on a rocket and none of us knows where it is going,#8221; said journalist John Naughton when discussing the Internet, much touted as a revolutionary and fundamental force that will affect all areas of life. However, the full capacity of the Internet #8211; whether in education, business, healthcare, publishing #8211; is anyone's guess.
FROM astronomer Galileo to NASA, the global political order and fashion trends, the young speakers impressed the adjudicators with their fertile imagination and creativity. In the preliminary round of the English Speaking Union of Malaysia#8217;s (ESU) Public Speaking Union 2003 (central region) competition recently.
Eight speakers have been selected to compete in the grand finals of the English Speaking Union (ESU) Malaysia#8217;s inaugural Public Speaking Competition 2003.
Funds spent on space exploration should be used to save mankind now plagued by threat of war, disease and poverty, said a regional finalist of an inaugural public-speaking competition.
Team Epsilon who bagged the Gold Award in the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003, can kick back their heels and look forward to the next part - a well earned trip to Seattle. Edah Chong, Eileen Tey Yee Lin and Soh Lin Che - did not expect to win and were pleasantly surprised when the results were announced on Thursday night.
It was the love of karaoke that led three female undergraduates to come up with a business plan for a 24-hour karaoke satellite broadcasting channel. Team Epsilon comprising Edah Chong, Eileen Tey Yee Lin and Soh Lin Che from Multimedia University beat 332 other teams to win the Gold Award in the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003.