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Giving workers a better future with Esperanto

Giving workers a better future with Esperanto

Learn Esperanto and open up opportunities for trade, says Sinjoro Eng.

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Breaking News: Businessman Not Shot in Singapore

Breaking News: Businessman Not Shot in Singapore

The latest incident, following a recent spike in shootings in Singapore.

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LB Movie Review: The Wolverine

LB Movie Review: The Wolverine

Although some minor bits were lacking, Wai finds this to be a dazzling accomplishment.

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Submit Your Photos: A Beautiful Malaysia!

Submit Your Photos: A Beautiful Malaysia!

Time to detox and remind ourselves how beautiful Malaysia is.

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The Seven Signs You are in a Hipster Cafe

The Seven Signs You are in a Hipster Cafe

Joachim Leong once again enlightens us on one of Malaysia’s recent oddities, the hipster cafe.

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Book Review: The Element (How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything)

Book Review: The Element (How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything)

Thoughts on Ken Robinson’s self-help tome about finding our purpose in life.

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Dear Paprika: The Plight of Dengkil Flats Residents

Dear Paprika: The Plight of Dengkil Flats Residents

Pepper Lim shares with little Paprika his experience visiting the blighted Taman Permata Dengkil flats.

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Book Review: Man’s Search for Meaning by Victor E. Frankl

Book Review: Man’s Search for Meaning by Victor E. Frankl

Justine Tan reviews Victor Frankl’s seminal work, Man’s Search for Meaning.

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London Bridge is Falling Down

London Bridge is Falling Down

Farhan Read weaves a tale of one night along the river Thames.

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Why I Love Geekland

Why I Love Geekland

Gaythri Raman gives us a glimpse of life among modest geniuses of Silicon Valley.

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Esperanto, Developing Better Scientists

Esperanto, Developing Better Scientists

Sinjoro Eng argues the benefits of Esperanto in forming better scientists.

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Embrace Fun in Tokyo!

Embrace Fun in Tokyo!

Gaythri Raman shares with us her experience in eclectic and vibrant Tokyo.

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Book Review – The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng

Book Review – The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng

Daniel Teoh reviews the winner of this year’s Walter Scott Prize.

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Sow the Seeds of Radicalism

Sow the Seeds of Radicalism

Justine reads Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”.

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LB Movie Review: Man of Steel

LB Movie Review: Man of Steel

Wai regales us with scenes from his life & this movie – best version to date?

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Think Like a Rebel

Think Like a Rebel

Can Christopher Hitchens bring out the contrarian in Sha-Lyn?

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Riding Dragons: Be a Dragon Boater

Riding Dragons: Be a Dragon Boater

Want to get fit and have fun? Come and try dragon boating!

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The Soul Dies When Language is Buried — Part 4

The Soul Dies When Language is Buried — Part 4

In Part 4, Sinjoro Eng presents a final call for the preservation of language.

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The Soul Dies When Language is Buried — Part 3

The Soul Dies When Language is Buried — Part 3

In Part 3 of a series, Sinjoro Eng talks about unity versus culture.

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The Soul Dies When Language Is Buried — Part 2

The Soul Dies When Language Is Buried — Part 2

Sinjoro Eng continues discussing the future of the languages in Part 2 of this series

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