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Holiday movies

A trip to the cinema is always a favourite pastime for the young and old, more so during the school holidays. So, to help you plan ahead and decide what movies to catch, I>StarEducation/Ihas rounded up some movie highlights that might just catch your fancy. See you at the movies!


Making learning one big adventure

Happiness is ...learning in a stress-free and fun environment. We visit a child enrichment centre which eschews worksheets and exams, focusing instead on play, projects and performances.


Growing pains and Disney magic

The modern classic tomes we have on offer this week, courtesy of MPH Bookstores, are full of delightful stories and lovable characters. Award-winning children's writer Jacqueline Wilson will touch you with her bittersweet observations of growing up, while Adrian Mole continues to pique the interest of many with his trials and adventures, and a 'treasure chest' of Disney favourites beckons.

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Few takers for Malay language programme

A PROGRAMME introduced in 2001 by the Education Min-istry to produce the next generation of Malay intelligentsia has only 11 students today, half the number last year.


Taiwanese actor-stuntman dies after drinking sessions

TAIWANESE actor and stuntman Ko Shou-liang, who #8220;sailed#8221; over the Great Wall of China on a motorcycle in 1992, died in Shanghai on Tuesday, I>China Press/Iand I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Ihighlighted on their front page yesterday.


Having a blast in space engineering

An ordinary trip to the mall forever changed Ahmad Bazli Zainal Abidin#8217;s destiny, by bringing him closer to his longstanding passion for space science.

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Quest for flawless English

B>S/B>outh Korean mothers know few bounds in trying to give their kids a leg up in speaking English. They play them nursery rhymes in the womb, hire pricey tutors for toddlers, send preschoolers to America to pick up the accent.


You name it

IT'S that time of the year again when mothers and fathers are going dizzy buying uniforms, shoes and books for their children.


Conducting canine classes

Dogs can be a man's best friend - if they are well trained and do not cause a havoc in the household by chewing up shoes, digging up the garden, pooping everywhere and running out of the house every time the gate is opened. Thankfully though, there is a solution to a potential nightmare - professional dog training.


Search makes sizzling comeback

Malaysian rock icon, Search, lived up to its reputation with a riveting performance during the band's reunion concert at Stadium Merdeka in Kuala Lumpur Saturday night.