IT (2017)

photo credit Written by Supreedha Iyer & Kwong Hui Edited by Raeesah Hayatudin   “You’ll float too.” IT is not like any ordinary horror movie, because the last time I watched a horror movie, I definitely didn't laugh till I cried, yet still feel utterly terrified. Andres Muschietti, the director of IT, broke the mould... Continue Reading →


What a Wonderful World (September 2017)

Written by Kong Xiang Xi and Kwong Hui Edited by Varshini Vijayakumar and Ms Amanda Chong   Sunway University Choir had their 5th annual recital on 15th September 2017 in the Jeffrey Cheah Hall and attracted more than 700 people. The theme of the recital was “What a Wonderful World”, which implied the idea of... Continue Reading →


Photo Credits  By Raeesah Hayatudin   Out of the quiet rise sudden, high-pitched clicking sounds. Will opens her eyes and peers over the side of the boat to see a young dolphin, gazing up at her, trilling cautiously. Will’s face breaks into a wide smile. She reaches her hand down and out towards the dolphin;... Continue Reading →

Malaysia Boleh

Photo Credits By Faith Ling Hsern Zhen Edited by Raeesah Hayatudin   In August, just a few days before Merdeka Day, I took a trip down to Singapore. Immediately, I fell in love with the circuit board-like organisation of the city, with the over-the-top infrastructure that forms buildings like the Marina Bay Sands; I fell... Continue Reading →

Jinnyboy in Sunway University

By Kwong Hui and Hoo Kien Seng Edited by Ms. Amanda Chong   There is something big happening in all TGV cinemas in 2017. It is not just a movie launching but a storytelling. A story about you and me, a story about us, a story about our generation. On 7th September 2017, Jin Lim,... Continue Reading →

Clubs & Societies Week (September 2017)

Written by: Varshini Vijayakumar and Xiang Xi Edited by:  Ms. Amanda Chong   “All study and no play makes Jack a dull boy”- is a well known proverb that is established in everyone’s mind from a young age. It clearly conveys the importance of extracurricular activities in helping students to explore their interests and harness... Continue Reading →

Baby Driver (2017)

Written by Cindy Banun Baby Driver, written and directed by Edgar Wright, is an engrossing new addition to the action genre; it stands out because of its solid delivery, which is greatly assisted by the unique soundtrack which accompanies the film. The plot follows Baby (Ansel Elgort), a music lover and forced getaway driver working... Continue Reading →

The Puppy

Written by Natasha Effendy   Amy has been always my best friend. She's one of the most important people in my life. She makes me happy; she makes me sad; she makes me crazy. We tend to clash because of our conflicting personalities, but I love her all the same. Without her, my life would... Continue Reading →

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