Anwar Madani’s Religious Politics – New Concert Rules Prohibiting Mixed Seating Of Males & Females Backfire

Instead of introducing reforms in school such as empowering students and educators with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, Anwar government has introduced even more religious syllabus. At the very least, the premier should fix the problem of Malay “unemployable” graduates by pushing for the teaching of science and mathematics in English.   The […]

... written on Sep 02 2023

The Stupid Act Of Converting A Hindu To Islam Could Backfire – Pulai By-Election Could Be Anwar’s Tanjung Piai

Narcissist Anwar Ibrahim was not impressed that all his hard work during the six state election political campaign had failed to swing the Malay heartland. The prime minister thought he was incredibly popular judging by the large crowd he drew wherever he went. He particularly loves to climb up from his car’s door to salute […]

... written on Aug 25 2023

Everything Starts At School – Racism Will Get Worse If Education Ministry Closed One-Eye Over Racist Bigotry

Besides home, school is the most important place to fight – or breed – racism, extremism, gangsterism and discrimination because children and youths are most vulnerable and could be easily influenced here. A school is where students receive an education, hence how they are being nurtured and shaped depend on the school programme and educators […]

... written on Feb 09 2023

USM Medical Faculty Exam Leak – Nothing New For Unrecognised Doctors Who Have Seen And Experienced It All

The shocking revelations a month ago by Malaysiakini in “Ex-Professor Urges External Probe Into USM Medical Faculty Exam Leak” have suddenly been stone-walled and hidden away from public view with no follow-up by the authorities concerned with just a cursory and pathetic reply stating the examination procedure. As if that answers the gross injustice which […]

... written on Jul 21 2022

Trapped In RM80 Billion Subsidy – A Result Of “Ketuanan Melayu” Racist Policy, Corruption & Nepotism

Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said the subsidy bill for this year (2022) is expected to hit RM77.3 billion – the largest in the history of Malaysia. The subsidy included petrol, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas (RM37.3 billion), cooking oil (RM4 billion), flour and electricity (RM9.7 billion), Bantuan Keluarga Malaysia (BKM) (RM11.7 billion), and […]

... written on Jun 27 2022

How Can HR Platforms Help Your Business Become More Successful?

There are many HR platforms on the market that can help your business become more successful. These platforms provide a variety of services, such as budget control, employee satisfaction, training and development, conflict resolution, and performance improvement. It is important to select the right platform for your business so that you can take advantage of […]

... written on Jun 08 2022

Honor Outstanding Students With A Recognition Banner

Anticipation is rising, the students are working their hardest and the drive to meet their goals is contagious. When a committed student challenges themselves sincerely to be the best in a class or group, they seek both the knowledge and skill they gain from the experience, as much as they do acknowledgment and validation from […]

... written on Jun 06 2022

UK Offers Work Visa To Attract Talents From Top Universities – Check This List To See If You’re Qualified

Graduates from the world’s top universities who desire to work in the United Kingdom will be able to apply now. The British government says the new visa scheme will be available to graduates who have graduated no more than 5 years before the date of application. Called the “high-potential individual” visa, it’s the route to […]

... written on May 31 2022

Is A Finance Degree Right For You?

If you’re someone who has a knack for math, data, and statistics, you might be the perfect candidate for a degree in finance. A finance degree is actually one of the most useful degrees you could have. Not only does it help you hone your current financial skills, you’ll learn brand new things that can […]

... written on May 24 2022

PT3 Exam May Be Cancelled Due To Election – The Rush To Put Najib & Zahid In Prison Might Be Too Little Too Late

After being cancelled for two years consecutively in 2020 and 2021 due to Covid-19 pandemic, the question remains whether the PT3 (Form Three Assessment) examination will resume this year. Earlier, a statement had been posted – later deleted – on the Malaysian Examination Board Facebook, saying the PT3 exam for the 2022 session would be […]

... written on Apr 22 2022

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