By HANNAH NAZRI
The premise of The Kalsom Movement is to develop Malaysia’s future leaders by empowering university students to share their knowledge and skills to help economically-disadvantaged Malaysian students achieve their ambitions.
By AARON TANG
I was in Malacca two weeks ago running a CV clinic with my team, as part of the SL1M roadshows. This is where we help check young graduates' resumes for free and give them advice on how to make them better. This is my encounter.
By BHARAT AVALANI
I personally have attended many charity events but this particular Puncak Harapan event will forever be etched in my heart. I learnt the climb to nobility and greatness through a specially-abled boy's sheer grit.
April was National Autism Awareness Month. On 16 May, Malaysians paid tribute to our teachers through Teacher's Day. Today (1 June), we celebrate International Children's Day. How apt that this article touches all these three elements!
Education has to be further individualised and diversified because teaching a child with speech delays is very different from one without speech delays. It is a restructuring necessary from top to bottom as some of these policies even affect typically developed students.
By JOCHEBED ISAACS
Autism affects one out of 68 individuals, and very soon we will all know someone with autism or have a family member with autism. Many families in Malaysia are receiving diagnosis of autism for their child. What can we do?
By ALEX LUI AN LIEH
Eighteen years ago, upon graduation with a degree in food science and nutrition, I shared my decision with my parents to work at a children’s welfare home. How did you think they reacted?
By LAY HSUAN, LIM
While giving away Christmas gifts to your friends and loved ones, you probably gave away (and received) one of the most profound gifts – hugs. You wonder how such an insignificant act can lead to any difference at all. Well apparently, it does.
By DANIEL LEE
We all want to look for the next Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa or Mahatma Gandhi. But what if we could change the world even when we are not doing seemingly “great” things like them? That’s the main message of 21 M.A.D. Days.