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Becoming an authentic storyteller

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


Journey of a young scribe

Journalism takes a budding writer’s creativity and freedom of expression to another level


Living like a journalist

ALL my life, I had thought that journalism meant a boring desk job where I would have to work my tail off in order to meet the various deadlines set for me by my editor, get yelled at by the said editor, and then redo my assignments all over again.


Young scribes in training

The Star’s chief reporter Christina Chin offers news writing tips and a rare glimpse into the behind-the-scenes struggles and triumphs of a journalist.


Young journos hone skills as they look for story gems in Terengganu

KIJAL: Many of them had never seen a real turtle before. But the BRATs young journalists managed to keep their excitement in check as they conducted interviews, took notes and filmed their assignments on turtle conservation.


Family fully supports writer

LIKE any other teenager, I could complain about my parents all day long when talking to my friends. However, deep down, I am truly grateful to have them in my life.


Growing through new experiences

The writer talks about starting life anew as a university student in Singapore.


Writing – a step out of comfort zone

TWO years ago, a post on my Facebook timeline caught my eye. This did not happen often; it was as if fate directed me to click on it.