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Memories are for the living

Coming from a huge family can help one deal with death as naturally as it should be.

Discipline and determination pay off for webserial writer

Hard work pays off for webserial writer JC McCrae.

'Auspicious' timing

There is hope for those suffering male infertility which affects up to 40% of couples.

Nurturing creative minds

Being a part of a drama and poetry teaching project made our writer realise how difficult it is to be a teacher, and how much work needs to be done to enrich the Malaysian public education system.

Making the most of it

Last week, I spent Christmas with my classmates and masters at the Maling Shaolin Kungfu Academy in China. Master Bao, the main master, and his family decorated the school and prepared for the students a festive dinner worth talking about. We then sat in the school yard and got warm around a bonfire.

Getting them young - when school children are targeted for data mining

What is unacceptable about data mining in public education centres and schools is that it intrudes into the privacy of children.

Making Courtesy Count

IF there is ever a time that I gauge someone else's character, it is when they interact with people from the service industry or of socially lower status. I recently had lunch at a 'mamak' with one of my theater peers, a quirky guy I have thoroughly enjoyed working with before. A salesman interrupted us to try and sell us a camping lamp. Interested, I asked for the price.

Publishing the e-book way

A Malaysian author talks about his success as an e-book author and what it takes to succeed in this new, exciting field.

Playing With Fire

On the excellent Hunger Games sequel and the tribulations of televising the revolution

Growing up is hard to do

Adulthood is like permanently being stuck in the Kingdom of the Bored, our columnist's son tell her.