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Get Personal: Yvonne Choo Shuen Lann

Who says science is boring? A teenager’s curiosity in chemistry is now taking her places.

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Life on wheels

By SHARMILA NAIR BMX riders fall off their bikes, get their teeth knocked off, and even suffer some broken bones, sometimes. But as crazy as that sounds, it doesn’t take long for most riders to get back on the saddle. In some cases, it is almost immediately. To put it simply, no matter how busy […]

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Hands-on engineering

By NASA MARIA ENTABAN THERE’S nothing like spending hours in a workshop, rolling up your sleeves and working with tools to give an engineering student hands-on experience. That was the main reason team Raging Bull from Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Petaling Jaya, Selangor – made up of Gatelin Wee Yue Lin, Ng Shie Hea, Daniel […]

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Same heart, different people

By SZETO YAN WENG Parachute Band may not be a familiar name to many, but for some, the Auckland, New Zealand-based pop rock band has played quite a big part in their lives. The band, who are currently on its Asian tour, was in Malaysia last month for a gig in Kuala Lumpur; it was […]

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Fight for fun

By ZAIN HD LAST Saturday afternoon, 10 gun-wielding persons stormed a traffic jam on Jalan Bukit Bintang in Kuala Lumpur, and engaged in a quick 30-second battle. Their arsenal of choice – water guns. I watched the battle unfold merely metres away, and was glad I was part of the team behind the latest RandomAlphabets […]

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Get Personal: Oh Chentaku

Three boys got together to make music and little did they know that what started out as a hobby would soon turn into a serious musical endeavour.

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Virtually hanging out

GROWING up in Kuala Lumpur, one of the most important parts of my teenage years was the time I spent “hanging out” with my friends. This was during the heydays of the lepak culture, which was considered such a big problem that there were actually advertising campaigns and signs designed to discourage young people from […]

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Speaking to a Lady

A couple weekends ago, I was sent for a Lady Gaga showcase and interview in Singapore. I’ve been lucky enough to have already met and interviewed her once before, so this time there was sorta less pressure. Plus I remembered how nice she was the first time. She’s really down-to-earth and sweet, and she made us […]

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Villas-Boas SO not like Mourinho

People in football are often very diplomatic in interviews. They’re very complimentary, very safe, and they try their best not to step on anybody’s toes with what they say. I spoke to Edwin van der Sar recently, and he wouldn’t even name the best player he’d ever played with to avoid offending the others! It […]

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Face time

AMID all the excitement over the launch of Google+ (which, my friend David Lian wrote about in his column last week), many people have totally overlooked Facebook’s latest announcement – Facebook Video Calling. In a collaboration with Skype (not their first joint-project, mind you), Facebook is allowing users to “bring your conversations to life”. A […]

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