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From HOOI E-WEN of Petaling Jaya.
The end of the year can be likened to coming to a traffic light that#8217;s red. To stop, wait and go. It#8217;s a time to stop, reflect over the past year and to look forward to new things to come.
A group of 11 BRATs recently attended a workshop organised by IBM Malaysia to learn more about websites, writes JACKSON TEO.
The year 2002 saw the introduction of two major teen computer-mediated communities: Xfresh and Recess.com.my. Both Xfresh and Recess are entirely developed and maintained by youths. But the similarities end there.
Twelve girls from Shelter Home took part in a weekend camp recently. Hopefully, the lessons learnt would help them cope with life, writes BRAT Meera Supramaniam who was at the camp.
By WONG LEE SA
I>The Star/IBRATs Junior camp started off smoothly at Camp Rebutia, Sungai Pisang here with the participation of 40 lower secondary school students from SMK Seri Cahaya, Shah Alam, yesterday.
The Second BRATs Junior 2003 Camp took off yesterday at Rebutia, Sungai Pisang Gombak, with 38 students from SMK Bandar Utama.
Camp Rebutia, Gombak was a hive of activity on the morning of March 29, 2003 when 40 noisy, excited kids got off their schoolbus with camping gear in tow, chatting animatedly as they made their way to the campsite.
The BRATs' journalistic experience definitely came in handy at the Fun with Writing and Communications Workshop organised by Universiti Tuanku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) recently, writes JACKSON TEO.