- Is Muhyiddin best person to “transform” Malaysian proficiency in English, maths and science as to become a global power house?
- Foreign varsities swoop amid Malaysia’s brain drain
- Malaysians caught in a cultural gridlock
- Pengalaman graduan tempatan di negara asing
Posted: 07 Nov 2011 06:54 PM PST
Deputy Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has not inspired or convinced Malaysians in his 31 months as Education Minister that he is the person to "transform" the proficiency of Malaysian students in English, maths and science for Malaysia to become a global power house in these three subjects. This point has been further driven [...]
Posted: 07 Nov 2011 01:45 AM PST
By Clara Chooi The Malaysian Insider Nov 07, 2011 KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 7 — Malaysia will face another brain-drain threat when some of the world's best-ranked universities descend here this Wednesday to lure more local talent abroad, London-based Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) cautioned today. The data-gathering firm predicted Malaysian students "will be taking the opportunity to [...]
Posted: 07 Nov 2011 01:38 AM PST
Terence Netto Malaysiakini Nov 6, 2011 COMMENT At least, we have the MRT, the biggest infrastructure project in Malaysian history, on the cards to ease the traffic jams that have been building up on our roads, particularly in the Klang Valley, over the past three decades. But what solvents are there for the cultural stalemates [...]
Posted: 06 Nov 2011 10:49 PM PST
— Wong Tan Kim The Malaysian Insider Nov 07, 2011 7 NOV — Sedang saya duduk berehat di sebuah hotel di kota Shenzhen, China teringin saya untuk menulis untuk bacaan The Malaysian Insider akan kehidupan seorang graduan tempatan di negara asing. Saya dihantar oleh majikan saya di Malaysia untuk bertugas di kota Shenzhen. Setelah beberapa [...]
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