Jal Othman is cautiously optimistic that Malaysia stands to benefit from the opening up of the legal services industry In the first part of the article on the Legal Profession (Amendment) Act 2012 (the “Amendment Act”), I looked at what benefits there could be for the legal ecosystem in Malaysia arising from the fact that … Read moreRegulations to Legal Profession (Amendment) Act to be finalized end Q2?
Stephen Saw, assistant coordinator, LaSalle Learning Centre, coaching a student By Alvin Ung In January 1965, Bro. John D’Cruz, recuperating from a bout of measles, walked into a Form One classroom at St. Georges Institution, Taiping, and a placed a box on the table. “This is a Question Box. You may put any question – … Read moreHow a principal quit school to learn from the poor
At what seemed to be the tipping point of Peter Wong’s (not his real name) career at the big bank, he surprised everyone by quitting his job to take up a position in a small Southeast Asian bank.
A student learning how to draw by himself at the drawing station The mantra of the La Salle Learning Centre is: “we come here to learn how to learn.” Learning is not as straightforward as we think. My father, who was a well-loved teacher and principal who taught in government schools, lamented that teachers were … Read moreLearning how to learn
Knowing from a young age that she had always wanted to be a designer, Chong Shuenn Kee left for Parsons School of Design immediately upon graduating from high school in 1997. She graduated in product design in 2000, specialising in metalsmithing, and stayed back in New York for about five years to perfect her craft. … Read moreGoing on Thirty-Four
Tourism is not about the foreigners but locals too. We’re good tourists in other countries but how much do we know about our own country? And how can we tu