The International Secondary Year 9 Art students have completed their group project on ‘Figurative Sculpture.’ celebrate their efforts and successes.
Despite their small size, chia seeds are packed full of important nutrients. Continue to read more if you are curious.
For the last month or so, you would have seen various PIN & PAY adverts, airing over the radio, newspapers or on the bank’s webpage, drawing Malaysians’ attention for the compulsory use of PIN-enabled credit/debit card from 1st July. This somehow rekindled my memory back to 2010, on my very first trip to Zhuhai, China. Curious to know?
The MTDP 3.0 trainees were tasked to produce a Wall Mural for the new pantry at Level 2 of CMS HQ Office. So what did they come up with?
Our 3rd batch of Management Trainees successfully completed their year-long training at the end of March 2017. Out of 19 trainees who came from diverse backgrounds, 16 were offered a position with CMS.
What is Ransomware?
The name “Ransomware” comes from the combination of two words Ransom and Malware. It is a malware that holds your PC or files for “ransom” either by locking your PC (called Lockers) or encrypting your files in your PC (called Encryptors).
As I look back and reminisce during my 1-year experience as a Management Trainee, I am overwhelmed – I don’t know where to begin!
The Tunku Putra School (TPS) and St. Augustine Primary School partnership focuses on supporting reading development at St. Augustine Primary School and to further develop St. Augustine Primary School’s ‘English Everywhere’ initiative.
LEMONS – Their tanginess, bright yellow shine, the zesty feeling – all these spell F.R.E.S.H! But did you know that it brings much more than just freshness? Recently, lemons came into the limelight of immunity boosters. But how so? Here’s why.
And so I started my first run in 2017 with blasts of colours filling the air. Despite it being my fourth participation in this colourful run, it was a first with my mother and sister.