Singaporean silat exponent Sheik Ferdous Sheik Alau'ddin had to withdraw from the men's Class G (75-80kg) Tanding Final on doctor's orders, according to a report by The Straits Times . In the May 15 match, he was inflicted with an illegal punch to the face from Thai opponent Suthat Bunchit in the second round of the match. Illegal blow to the face Sheik … [Read more...] about S’porean silat exponent withdraws from finals on doctors’ advice after receiving illegal blow in the face, gets silver
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AT one point or another we have made a trip to the doctor’s office. As a familiar character in our lives, it comes as no surprise why many young Malaysians have chosen the medical field as their career of choice after leaving high school. However, would delving into the long process of an MBBS programme only lead to a career as a practising doctor? Students might be … [Read more...] about CHOOSING MEDICINE AS YOUR CALLING
COMING from a family of teachers, Alina Ali, 15, used to dream of becoming a teacher too. But as she gets older, she feels that it might just be a lot of hard work with not much reward. “When I was in primary school, I wanted to be like my mum, who teaches in secondary school. But now, looking at how stressed she is from all the work, I’m not so sure I want to follow in her … [Read more...] about Who wants to be a teacher?
DBKL also assures them that there will be no more talk of relocation Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) has finally issued trading licences to seven elderly traders operating in Little India, Brickfields, whose stalls were seized in a pre-dawn raid five years ago. That seizure had kicked off a long-drawn bureaucratic struggle to get back their trading spots of 40 years. With … [Read more...] about Licences finally given to Brickfields’ elderly traders
THROUGHOUT his life, Thavasothy S. Mailvaganam Pillai, who was born blind, has not only been meeting expectations but exceeding them. The lecturer at a private college had to adapt to online teaching and learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic and movement control order. “I had to learn how to use an online teaching and learning platform fast during the first MCO last year. … [Read more...] about Blind lecturer exceeds expectations yet again by mastering online teaching