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Nation 23 Jun 2019 | 12:00 AM

Physical books are more personal than e-books, say Malaysian bookworms

THERE’S nothing like curling up with a good book for company.

Education 16 Jun 2019 | 12:00 AM

E-books can help language skills

PARENTS may fret over their children having too much screen time but reading electronic books, also known as e-books, has its benefits.

Nation 20 Nov 2018 | 12:00 AM

Only open tenders accepted for eBooks project

Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik denies using a direct negotiation method to acquire some two million tablets for the ministry’s eBooks programme next year.

Nation 19 Nov 2018 | 10:49 AM

Dr Maszlee denies approving direct negotiations for eBooks project

KUALA LUMPUR: Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik has denied approving direct negotiations to acquire some two million tablets for the ministry's eBooks programme next year.

Nation 31 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM

Driving schools turn towards e-books

PUTRAJAYA: All driving schools in the country are expected to fully use e-books by 2020, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Education 29 Oct 2017 | 12:00 AM

An unfrog-ettable competition

THREE schools out of more than 1,900 across Malaysia emerged champions of the FrogPlay Gamified Learning Championship.

Nation 19 Mar 2017 | 12:00 AM

Demand for print books still strong among readers

PETALING JAYA: Demand for print books is still strong, accounting for more than 99% of total annual sales nationwide, says Malaysian Book Publishers Asso­ciation.

World 05 Dec 2016 | 11:58 PM

Account of Syrian girl who tweeted about Aleppo disappears online

LONDON (Reuters) - The Twitter account of a seven-year-old Syrian girl, who garnered followers worldwide with her updates from Aleppo, has become inactive on the micro-blogging site as government forces advance into the city's rebel-controlled areas.

World 28 Nov 2016 | 11:56 PM

Young Syrian girl sends harrowing tweets of being bombed in Aleppo

LONDON (Reuters) - A seven-year-old Syrian girl, whose depictions of daily life in Aleppo have gained a large Twitter following, has sent harrowing messages describing the bombardment of her house as government forces advance on rebel-held parts of the city.