“Industrial Revolution 4.0” (IR 4.0), such a trending word often intrigues young minds. IR 4.0 and sustainability are often intertwined as they are the keys to the sustainable development of an organization and also a nation. It’s also hoped that IR 4.0 underpins the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Continue reading Beyond Tomorrow
The beauty of Malaysian film is the way it caters to the uniqueness of our humor and language Continue reading 5 Malaysian Films You Gotta See
“Why does the Malaysian flag look so boring?”
“Why does Negaraku not bang like Smells Like Teen Spirit?”
Everyone has these questions, and they’re good dinner table talk. So, let’s dive in.
Continue reading Dinner Table Talk: A Deeper Look at Malaysia’s Flag & Song
You’ve laughed at all the Bee Movie memes. You’ve most probably tasted honey before. You’ve also heard about the news that the bee population is declining rapidly and you’ve acknowledged the “Save The Bees” campaign, but have you ever thought about what you ⎼ as Earth’s humble resident ⎼ can do to keep the bees alive?
Continue reading How To Keep The Bees Buzzing
Financial success has “come with an unthinkable price tag” for the planet and for humanity. Mother nature is sick as a result of human negligence and impulsive misjudgement, and it’s time for us to take care of her NOW before the problem exacerbates. Continue reading Save Our Home
Do you remember? Only last year, we were glued to our Twitter feeds, picking apart every new article, talking about it with our friends at mamak shops and hipster cafes alike, smirking whenever our lecturers not-so-subtly alluded to their own thoughts and opinions while trying to stay professional. It was the only topic on our minds. The GE14. History was made on the night of the 9th of May. For the first time since we established ourselves as a democracy, the opposition won and Pakatan Harapan stepped up as our official federal government. Continue reading Student Activism: Past and Future
A humble businessman from the New World once said, “Telling a teenager the facts of life is like giving a fish a bath”. Arnold H. Glasow belonged to a meagre but burgeoning percentage of the adult population who can truly say that they place their faith in the youth – or at least acknowledge their keen eye for life’s harsh realities. It’s known that the youth of today are more well-informed than ever, what with the multitude of news-sharing platforms available to anyone with access to the Internet (55% of the population, by the way). Continue reading Social Media: Megaphone For The Youth
The million-dollar question here is – Why are women still drastically under-represented? What is deterring women from running for office? Perhaps simply, politics isn’t a woman’s cup of tea? Continue reading Leaders in Heels
source Written by Ng Li Wei It’s a time for celebration. The streets are ablaze with bright lanterns. Shopping centres are competing for the unofficial prize of Best Decorated. Generic festive songs are blasting from every radio and speaker in existence. Thousands of cars flock in and out of the city, some doing last minute shopping, some leaving for their hometowns. Car alarms are … Continue reading The Power of Red
Here in Malaysia, we love our cultural celebrations. Diversity in our numerous cultures is something we celebrate proudly – Chinese New Year, Hari Raya, Deepavali and even Christmas. However, there is one celebration that tends to be overlooked each year, even though the traditions are carried out on as large a scale as any other celebration: Thaipusam. Continue reading Thaipusam in Malaysia