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THE year 2020 went by in a flash. If you ask me what I remember most about it, my answer would be the endless amount of time I spent travelling from the kitchen to my living room and then to my bedroom.
The Selangor government launched an e-learning platform, joining a variety of options trying to keep students learning during the pandemic.
ATTENTION, all Form Six and pre-university students! Here’s your chance to get your essays published, and gauge your readiness to tackle the writing tasks in the Malaysian University English Test
Primary school pupils get a boost for English lessons through sponsorship.
IN the weeks to come, The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education (Star-NiE) programme will present a collection of stories donated by The Straits Times newspaper of Singapore for use by teachers and students in the classroom.
The tale behind the storyTHE Merchant Of Venice is another play by William Shakespeare. The story is set in 16th century Italy.
THE war between the Greek and Trojan armies finally ended last week when the Greeks used a cunning trick to mount a surprise attack. This ends a drama that began nearly a decade ago with, of all things, a wedding.
PETALING JAYA: It was a sight to behold when Albiceleste fever hit a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, which was packed with people clad in the blue-and-white striped jerseys of the Argentinian football team, hoping to catch a glimpse of Diego Maradona.
To MARK the 80th birthday of Oriental Holdings Bhd group managing director Datuk Robert Wong Lum Kong, Oriental Sports Club has sponsored Kuntum educational magazines worth RM10,000.