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Star Education brings you the trials and triumphs of two national service pioneers, told with candour and humour.
If someone had asked me a year ago 'What would you be doing in a year's time?' I would never have dreamed of saying: 'Sitting on Hermit's Peak in the Pecos Wilderness, having granola whilst watching the sun set with friends from Costa Rica, Kenya and Spain'!
Martial arts, kayaking, rafting, abseiling, jungle-trekking - one would think there's never a dull moment in national service. Not so, says SIMPLE SIMON, while PLAIN JANE takes a more pragmatic view of bootcamp.
Outside the courts, the main movers for team Swoosh in the endorsement sweepstakes are in place.
A Malaysian makes good in the international arena of telecommunications. LI EE KEE speaks to Danny Tham to find out what it takes.
Going to Padang, Indonesia, the land of the Minangkabau, proved to be an eye-opening experience. K. S. USHA DEVI has the story.
ALIEN species piggybacking on human travellers to new countries are wreaking havoc on planet Earth in the harmless-sounding guises of fluffy rabbits, violet water hyacinths and humble zebra mussels.
IN a test of endurance and determination, 16-year-old Timothy Lim Seng Yen made his way to the peak of Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, on Dec 21.
Ever dreamed of going to the Bahamas, lazing on the pure white sand, swimming with the colourful fish in the crystal-clear waters . . . but have no money? No problem. Just stay in Malaysia instead! There is a beautiful little island, just 15 minutes off Terengganu's coast. Pulau Kapas is verily our own little tropical paradise! If you want to get away without breaking the bank, this is the place for you.