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Chinese man jailed for Koran burning as Islamaphobia spreads online

Offender charged with inciting national hatred Video of the act widely shared on social media, attracting support from majority of internet commentators


Central American caravan moves on in spite of Mexico jobs offer

ARRIAGA, Mexico (Reuters) - A U.S.-bound caravan of Central American migrants pressed on through southern Mexico on Saturday, in spite of government offers of jobs, as authorities stepped up efforts to disperse the convoy that has angered U.S. President Donald Trump.


Malaysian schools clinch awards in ICT circuit

THE 18th Asia-Pacific Information and Communication Technology Alliance (Apicta) Awards 2018, which ran for three months covering 15 countries, concluded at the Guangzhou Garden Hotel in China recently. Four schools in Malaysia did the country proud by bagging not only the Merit Awards for the school category but also the Winner Award.


Club to teach students on drones set up

THE Malaysian UAV Development Association (MUDA) launched a pioneer co-curriculum club named “MUDA UAV Laboratory” at St John’s Institution in Kuala Lumpur during its recent co-curriculum day.


Calling old boys for major jam

TO mark 50 years since they left La Salle Brickfields Secondary at the end of Form Three, the class of 1968 are organising a reunion.


‘Multi-stream education to nation’s advantage’

PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad should recognise multi-­stream education as Malaysia’s advantage instead of insisting that it hinders national unity, says MCA MP Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.


Becoming an authentic storyteller

The BRATs Young Journalist Programme is an avenue for you to take your love for writing further


Foundation sponsors studies for 16

THE 16 young Malaysians, sponsored and funded by the Hong Leong Foundation, the charitable arm of the Hong Leong Group, have graduated from the Malaysian Meister Programme - Level 1 Skills Diploma in Mechatronics studies at the Penang Skills Development Centre.


Parents, students welcome delay in ruling

SOME parents are relieved that the black shoe ruling for government schools will only be fully enforced in 2021, giving all relevant parties plenty of time to prepare.


Setting strong foundations

Sponsorship of education resource by developer making a difference in English class lessons