You have searched for "education"

Showing 1951-1960 of 2103

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance

Asia & Oceania

World’s first robot theme park to open in South Korea

Robot Land is scheduled to open in 2016.

Asia & Oceania

Cycling in Japan: Touring the city of Tokyo while surviving on budget meals

A group of Malaysians take their folding bikes on a tour of a fish market in Tokyo and temples in Kamakura, while surviving on budget meals.


Speaking their minds: It is healthy for kids to have their own opinions

When kids have a voice at home, they will develop the confidence to speak in public, say parents.


Get moving! Septuagenarian goes the extra mile to encourage people to exercise

Datuk Sieh Kok Chi is actively involved in Move Malaysia, a programme that aims to motivate Malaysians to be physically active.


Giving women choices in the Philippines over reproductive health

The passing of a law allowing access to birth control gives women in the Philippines more control over their reproductive health.


Hail to the Chiefs: British band Kaiser Chiefs scores big with new album

Kaiser Chiefs brushes off the loss of a founding member to score its first number one album since 2007.


World's #1 blader Richie Eisler travels the world for work

The world’s number one blader, Richie Eisler, was in Malaysia recently and offered advice on living life on the road.


World Vision's Marilee Pierce has the heart of an angel

Charity organisation World Vision was born out of one man’s desire to end poverty. Today, the charity helps millions of children in over 100 countries.


Weight issues: Fighting flab from young

Childhood obesity is a potential time-bomb that threatens our nation’s future. Learn what steps you can take to address this issue.


Let's talk about sex and youths

If youths are exposed to the real consequences of their sexuality, it may help them make better decisions. However, parents may not be talking to their children enough about this sensitive subject.