All posts by Omni

An extroverted introvert who loves reading and writing while indulging in the infinite ocean of curiosities the world has to offer.

Learning foreign languages in primary schools – Yay or nay?

Topic: Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school.  Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages? Advertisements

Change; Abomination or Benediction?

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, but the one most adaptable to change.” Leon C. Megginson.

The true function of a university.

Topic: Some people think that universities should provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed in a workplace. Others think that the true function of a university should be to give access to knowledge for its own sake, regardless of whether a course is useful to an employer.

LitQuiz: Sing to the Dawn

Think you know everything about the "Sing to the Dawn"? Why not test your knowledge with this quiz of ours!

LitScope: Sing to The Dawn by Minfong Ho

For all English SPM students in Kelantan, Perak, Terengganu and Penang. An in-depth review of individual chapter synopsis, character traits and themes, its all you need to sharpen your knowledge of this story.

The future of the world lies in educating the younger generation. Do you agree?

From the miserable dark ages to the evanescent Golden age of smartphones and cutting age technology, our fore fathers have brought upon a series of revolutions that makes the 21st century an epic age to be a part of. But despite all that eye opening and jaw dropping discoveries, what about social morals or basic ...

Diversity, The Spice of Life.

Diversity is a double edged sword. Since diversity is all about differences, this often leads to mankind abusing each other’s differences in opinions, colour and race. This has spawned numerous conflicts, oppressions, genocides and civil wars which became deadly poison to many supreme empires; for example, the Great Roman Empire.

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