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Over the past couple of weeks there have been numerous news reports of children being sexually assaulted by father, grandfathers, brothers, cousins and stepfathers.
Do you know your basic rights as a citizen of Malaysia?
THE first half of 2017 has been positive and historical for Malaysian higher education. Across various international achievement indicators, Malaysian universities as well as the higher education system as a whole have recorded significant improvements.
When Dr. G was put on the spot for the vital topic of sizing the manhood for the right fit of condoms, he is pleased the world is taking the issues of safe sex seriously and identifying the potential short falls in some men (No pun intended!).
Social media has been both a boon and a bane. On one hand, it has democratised information, connected billions of people, allowed people to create awareness on current issues, allowed government and agencies to reach out to the people and even made education more accessible.
Teach For Malaysia’s fundraising campaign is part of their quest to overcome education inequity.
Malaysians can drive, marry, sign contracts and be tried in court as an adult by that age, so they should be able to cast their ballots, too.
Malaysians have a penchant for blaming everyone but themselves for everything that goes wrong, and one of the constant targets is the government.
A Malaysian pharmacy student’s love of books sparks a novel idea which bags her an international prize.
When I was pregnant with baby Cat, I signed up for an important insurance for her health – storing her stem cells.