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Use English wherever, whenever

TO better our English, we must not only think about our national language. We must speak English wherever we go.


Is Your English Frittered?

MISTAKES in grammar, usage, or fluency will stand out to astute receivers.


Home is where the heart is

At times, #8220;home#8221; isn#8217;t simply defined as a birthplace or town steeped in childhood memories. Sometimes, it is the place that makes people brave oceans, traverse mountains and cross deserts to finally put their roots down. Pulau Langkawi boasts a large expatriate community who chose to leave their countries for a strange tropical island halfway around the globe. LEONG SIOK HUI spoke to a few in the first of this two-parter.


Recycling visions

Margi Scharff is an artist travelling through Asia collecting garbage and turning it into an art form as part of a project she calls I>Raw Material From The Road in Asia/I>.


Support sex education

From Lee Yoke Lee, peer educator and youth volunteer, Negeri Sembilan Family Planning Association, via e-mail


My two left feet

WHEN someone asked if I would be willing to make a speech at a dinner to celebrate the birth of Scotland#8217;s most famous bard, Robert Burns, I readily agreed.


Talking about Islam for all

What is the role, if any, of non-Muslims in the continuing and often conflicting discourse about Islam? JACQUELINE ANN SURIN speaks to Muslim scholars to find out.


Limited liberties a fact of life

THE issue of young persons being restricted to the house after 10pm has attracted considerable media coverage at the beginning of the year.


Chinese roots

The Temuan orang asli are different from other indigenous peoples in Malaysia. They celebrate Chinese New Year and observe some Chinese traditions, writes VANITHA NADARAJ.


The sensory factor

WHEN SAM was 18 months old, he blundered into a clump of stinging nettles. I braced myself for the screams. None came.