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Sports as a symbol of national unity in malaysian schools

By Shajeedth Suresh Naidu, SMK Subang Utama, Subang Jaya, Second prize winner, Category A, Asli-Star Merdeka Essay Writing Competition 2017.

Rohingya language to go digital

The script of a persecuted community is set to see some positive outcomes soon.

It’s the personal touch that matters

While there is so much to be gained from the digital age, nothing beats the teacher who is truly in tune with the academic and emotional aspects of a student’s development.

Ministries join hands in tackling obesity in schools

THE Health Ministry and the Education Ministry are working together to come up with a training module to control the problem of obesity among students.

UPSI works with varsities in Iraq, UAE

THE collaboration forged between Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) and universities in Iraq and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will strengthen its bid to shine and become a leading global education university.

Japan fills its boots with bespoke shoes

Apprentices from the West are now heading East to learn a shoemaking tradition that was once a European art.

Concerns over vandalism in playgrounds

THE Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry is concerned that facilities at children's playgrounds are being vandalised.

Getting a slice of the pie

WHEN Alex Yeo Chia Yuan announced that he was leaving the advertising field, his colleagues were shocked. Yeo seemed to be doing well in his job, so why was he leaving? Shock turned into surprise when they learnt that he was getting into the F&B industry.

Celebrating 20 years of NiE

Star-NiE is looking for teenagers (aged between 14 and 19 in 2018) to be part of our 2018 BRATs Young Journalist Programme.

Creating holistic talents to ride the waves of change

The key to building a disruption-ready workforce is to produce adaptable, and resilient critical thinkers, with strong skills in communication. Tomorrow’s graduates must be balanced individuals who can work in a team, say education experts at a recent roundtable session.