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On Jan 29 2017, Puan Rahayu Awang, 45, received the keys to her new home in Kampung Bukit Kenak in Besut, Terengganu, from Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh, the Minister of Higher Education, who is also Besut MP. She was the recipient of the 100th Rumah Komuniti or Community Home.
I was speaking to some friends at the Ministry of Higher Education a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised to find out various interesting things about Malaysia’s research & development (R&D) landscape – many we can be proud of and probably didn’t know about. Inspired, I’ve up come with this list.
There are opportunities for students with learning disabilities in Malaysia’s Community Colleges, which offer a range of programmes that equip them to earn a living.
How can we re-brand or rethink Merdeka/Malaysia Day. Here are some of the interesting ideas that came about:
31st of August is always special to all Malaysians. It is the day a nation was born. After 446 years of Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese occupation; Malaysia and Malaysians were finally free.
Two weeks ago, I was invited by the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats in Europe Party (ALذE) and the Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats (CALD) to attend the bi-annual ALDE-CALD Summit.
For the first time since 1981, Sarawak Barisan Nasional will be helmed by a different leader for state elections
Recently, I had a chat with a friend, Danni Rais on this topic (we'll get back to his familiar sounding name later).
The global economy is currently undergoing a steady stream of headwinds. The fall in the price of oil, a slowdown of the Chinese economy, the migrant crisis in Europe, the political turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East coupled with money being removed from emerging markets, all this present a complex set of challenges to policymakers.
THE tiger is one of Malaysia’s iconic animals. It is our national animal and depicted in our coat of arms.