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My Cikgu, my hero

NO words can describe the sacrifices and help given by Cikgu Mohd Farez Atan to his many students who are in need of emotional, physical and financial support.

Like daughter, like mother

I have been a volunteer teacher at the Baitul Rahmah Rohingya Learning Centre in Sungai Petani, Kedah.

Following in the steps of an enlightening Guru

TEACHERS light up the lives of others by imparting knowledge and other values.

Defending a dying art

The future doesn’t seem rosy for opera performers who once thought they would have job stability, while keeping alive a traditional art form.

Guru through the decades

WE’VE crossed paths many times. The first was in 1973 at the Methodist Secondary School in Sungai Siput (U), Perak when Mr BalaSupramaniam or Mr Bala became our class teacher.

‘Life is short but art is long’

I am in the seventh decade of my life but I still have the utmost respect and honour for my late art teacher Abdullah Ariff.

Standing on the shoulders of ‘giants’

IT is said that “the mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, the great teacher inspires ”.

Australia among top 10 for tertiary studies

AUSTRALIA remains one of the top 10 countries for university education, according to a report released recently, which assesses countries, and not individual institutions, as part of its process, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

A reel learning connection

The educational exchange at film schools help forge better ties and cultural understanding.

Migrant waves ripple into books

Recent works featured at a book fair touch on the refugee crisis in Europe. They enable young readers to make sense of the agonising journey and pain experienced by the migrants.