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JOHOR BARU: A bout of high fever when she was nine years old left Nur Azureen Hussin with hearing and speech impairment but she is not letting the disabilities stop her from pursuing her passion in baking.
Parents, teachers and academics want special attention for online learning, teacher training and infrastructure improvements.
The suspense flick, originally scheduled for March release at cinemas, premieres on Astro First on Nov 11.
JOHOR BARU: A total of 120 deaf athletes and delegates will be representing Johor in the 21st Malaysia Deaf Games (Sopma), set to take place in July next year.
As Halloween is only two weeks away, here are scary movies about privacy invasions that serve as cautionary tales about stranger danger on the Internet.
OVER two decades have passed, but Malaysia’s deaf community is still fighting an uphill battle for its “mother tongue” – the Malaysian Sign Language (Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia or BIM) – to be used in schools.
THE National Union of the Teaching Profession and Malaysian Federation of the Deaf (MFD) will be handing over a memorandum to the Education Ministry for the Malaysian Sign Language, or Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia (BIM), to be used in schools.
Despite growing awareness of disabled needs, life remains a challenge for China's hearing impaired, officially estimated at between 20 and 30 million.
Here is a list of organisations that do their part to help the hearing-impaired.
In conjunction with Deaf Awareness Week, which runs from Sept 20-26, we find out how a cafe set up for the hearing-impaired offers them gainful employment as well as build their self-esteem.