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I HAVE been a Maths and Science teacher for nearly 30 years in Malaysian schools. This year, besides teaching Lower 6 Maths using English (for the second time in my life), I have been asked to teach Form 4 #8220;English for Science and Technology#8221;, a new subject to me and to everyone else I have consulted.
Open-plan kitchens, which are the rage in swanky hotels and fine-dining restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, provide an entertaining diversion for diners but don't leave much room to disguise flying lamb chops and clanging cutlery. REENA GURBAKSH ventures into an award-winning kitchen to find out the art of cooking on show.
PIRATES in the recording industry are becoming more brazen as they hire violent gangs to terrorise enforcement teams from the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry. The criminals have reportedly even threatened the minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
It was an enriching, rewarding ezperience for some 100,000 visitors who thronged Star Education Fair 2003 last weekend. Although the fair #8211; at the Putra World Trade Centre #8211; has always attracted a large number of students and parents shopping for suitable courses and institutions to enrol in, the response this year was phenomenal.