Sha-Lyn asks: “How entitled am I?”
A 5-minute video everyone should watch.
Aerie Rahman presents his case against the newly-compulsory TITAS subject.
Applications for the MPPC 2013 are now open.
Pepper announces whom he will not be voting for and why.
Even if you can’t teach, your talents could still help find those who can.
UKM4 press statement calling for the repeal of the UUCA S.15(5)(a).
Read all three judgments of the Court of Appeal for the UKM4.
An insider account of a Malaysian exam.
An avenue for intellectual discourse, organised by the United Kingdom and Eire Council.
“The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory,” Cicero once said. In this second part of his article, Jarod Yong shows us glimpses of a rural educator’s life.
Specially written for our Stories from the East series, Jarod Yong a young teacher stationed in the hinterlands of Sarawak describes life as a rural teacher and why it’s all worth it. (This is Part 1 of 3) PEOPLE WANT TO BE TEACHERS FOR A VARIETY OF REASONS: 1. Inspired by their own teachers, they […]
Running in the theme of #WhyMalaysia, LoyarBurok presents Aerie Rahman’s “Catcher in the Rye”.
After three years studying abroad, ideals fade, hope dwindles and one is faced with the omnipotent question: to return home or not to return home?
Andrew Yong, the coordinator of MyOverseasVote, writes about the ongoing fight for equal voting rights for Malaysian citizens overseas.
Reflections of a final semester law student on the state of our legal education and the role it plays in shaping how law is practised in Malaysia.
Whether university students should be granted their freedom to be in politics has been fervently discussed of late. But what about teachers in politics? A student in his first post for LoyarBurok weighs in on this debate.
A no holds-barred critique of Nazri Aziz’s recent statement on cutting down on scholarships for the growing number of bright students.
Written by Vicheka Lay, Legal Consultant, Cambodia. Originally published here at IBA’s Pro Bono blog. See here for IBA’s Pro Bono Declaration approved in October 2008. The corporate world has made the business lawyers too business-oriented, this means that business lawyers would only work for financially lucrative case and not bothering working for pro bono […]