Making an impact

By SHARMILA NAIR MAKING a change in a community or a nation will not happen overnight. It takes a lot of time and hard work, and even the President of the United States Barack Obama learned that lesson the hard way. He was 24, and a newbie from Columbia University in New York City […]

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Meeting Obama

By VIVIENNE WONG NOW, how many 18-year-old Malaysians can tell you that they’ve met United States President Barack Obama? Well, Aiman Ahmad Marzio can. Currently a theatre student at the Interlochen Center For The Arts in Michigan, the United States, Aiman starred in Hello From Malaysia, a short film directed by her friend Kira […]

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Digital safety

The importance of social media security is back under the spotlight after the AP Twitter hacking. By DAVID LIAN IT doesn’t seem to end, does it? This spate of big network hacks is just going on and on. Last week, the Associated Press’ (AP) official Twitter account was hacked and a false tweet was […]

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Attention seekers

THE 2012 US presidential election wasn’t the only thing that made headlines this week. Celebrities were also up to their old tricks and gave everyone lots to talk about. For the win Twitterverse went a little crazy after Barack Obama was re-elected as the US President and celebrities joined in the celebration, tweeting their support […]

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