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New ITBM chairman

KUALA LUMPUR: Sungai Besar Member of Parliament Budiman Mohd Zohdi has been appointed as the new chairman of the Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books (ITBM), effective from Nov 9.

A bridge to better translators

REALISING that the county has limited pool of translators, Universiti Sultan Azlan Shah Malaysia (Usas) and Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books (ITBM) signed an agreement to develop the fields of translation, publication and languafe training in Malaysia.

Making Malaysia a reading nation

READING and translation materials by the Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books (ITBM) can now be found in 13 of Pos Malaysia’s main branches across the country.

RM200mil facelift for market in Chow Kit

KUALA LUMPUR: Pasar Raja Bot in Chow Kit is set to get a RM200mil facelift, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Wayang kulit meets Japanese puppetry

IN CONJUNCTION with DiverseCity 2015: Kuala Lumpur International Arts Festival, two countries came together to put on an interesting show.

Consult all parties before taking action

COST-CUTTING is okay, but feedback from stakeholders are a must.

Alumni immortalise memories of school days in memoir

THE BOYHOOD memories of the Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman (STAR) Ipoh class of 1986 are now immortalised in a book called I Wuz ‘Ere — Memoirs of STAR ‘86.

Alumni immortalise memories of school days in memoir

THE wonderful boyhood memories of the Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman (STAR) Ipoh batch ‘86 alumni are now immortalised in a collection of memoirs called I Wuz ‘Ere — Memoirs of STAR ‘86.

Malaysian, Taiwanese authors compile works to promote cultural exchange

KUALA LUMPUR: The works of 12 writers from Malaysia and Taiwan have been compiled into a book to promote cultural exchange and show that “literature is a window to a society’s soul”.

Mobile devices could be allowed in class

THE sounds and sight of our children busy tapping away on keyboards while their lessons are presented by teachers on smart boards may soon be a reality in local schools.