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Brickfields Asia College (BAC) IACT College Female Student Sexual Harassment Rape Joke Incident

Atilla Hanna:
Here's a conclusion of the 'rape joke' incident as well as what happened to me #13reasonswhy (ok jk). Let's drop the topic already okay guys. I wrote this because I felt like closure was needed for all of us who got emotionally involved (dont mind my spelling ok). Thank you for the overwhelming support although I wish things turned out differently.

But don't get me wrong, IACT did the best they can, it isnt their fault. This just showed how bad Brickfields Asia College (BAC) & IACT College management in handling sexual harassment case reported - no disciplinary action on the harasser at first before the case went viral on social media. The official statement below adds to the incompetency of Brickfields Asia College (BAC) & IACT College - lots of excuses on mishandling of the case. Do not send your kids or enrol yourselves in such education institutions that are unsafe and high tolerance towards any form of harassment.
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No Malaysian Team Made It to Airbus Fly Your Ideas 2017 Student Competition Finals

Airbus Fly Your Ideas 2017 Student Competition Finalist Teams New technologies and business models to shape the future of aviationFive teams compete for the crown of most innovative and a €30,000 prize


Toulouse, 17th April – Airbus has shortlisted the five finalist student teams competing in the fifth edition of the Fly Your Ideas challenge. The radical concepts selected cover a wide range of innovations going from an alternative to satellite imagery, to improved aircraft taxiing, clever ways of boarding, new areas for luggage storage or offering a new business model using existing Airbus aircraft.

Representing nine different nationalities and eight universities across Africa, Europe and Asia-Pacific, the five finalist teams embody true diversity, which is a key driver of innovation and performance. The students, competing for a €30,000 prize, also demonstrate a wide variety of disciplines from Natural Sciences to Engineering and Business.

Their inventive ideas were selected from ove…

I'm thinking about committing suicide - University of Malaya Confessions

University of Malaya Confessions:
"I am a 2nd year student at a faculty near to KK8.

Entering this fourth semester, I start to realize that I am lagging behind compared to most of my batch. In terms of skills and experience. The pressure keeps increasing and increasing, just to catch them.

I mean, I can always see my course mates posting, he/she joins this competition, that competition that are rand I was like, ""I want to join as well"". And I did try to join one, but I quit on the day of competition due to pressure as well.

Lately, I don't feel like I can cope very well with the pressure; the pressure of study, finishing my degree. It feels like I don't have any objective in my life.

And the pressure is at the point I'm thinking about committing suicide. I just want it to end." Not sure if this is real or a joke, as the current pinned post on the University of Malaya Confessions Facebook page is about "Finding a temporary girlfriend f…

University of Malaya (UM) Constitutional Day 16 April 2017 @ UM Faculty of Law (Free Admission & Lunch)

UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA CONSTITUTIONAL DAY 2017 “60-Year Milestone of Constitutionalism: Are Your Rights all Right?” Constitutional Day has been the primary event of the UM Consti Team every year. Coincidentally, the Federal Constitution marks its 60th year anniversary this year since its inauguration in 1957, following the achievement of independence of our country. Therefore, 2017 is nothing less than a meaningful year to celebrate this significant milestone of the Supreme Law of the land has accomplished, as the backbone of the entire country.

Hence, the theme for UM Constitutional Day 2017 is 60 Year Milestone of Constitutionalism: Are Your Rights all Right? In accordance to this theme, there will be an array of activities, brought to you by the UMConsti Team in collaboration with other organizations, such as MyConsti. This includes workshop, booth exhibition, pocket activity and academic discussion. Besides, a forum on the topic of Balance between Freedom and Limitation: Is Your Ri…

Semakan Tawaran Dan Rayuan Ke Tingkatan 6 Tahun 2017/2018

You may check your form six offer online from 16 April to 12 May 2017 using the online application or SMS.
Aplikasi Semakan Tawaran Dan Rayuan Ke Tingkatan 6 Tahun 2017Semakan Tawaran ke Tingkatan Enam Tahun 2017: Sukacita dimaklumkan bahawa (SEMAKAN TAWARAN KE TINGKATAN ENAM TAHUN 2017, KEMENTERIAN PENDIDIKAN MALAYSIA ) boleh dilakukan bermula (16 April 2017) sehingga (12 Mei 2017) di (https://sst6.moe.gov.my).

Semakan juga boleh dilakukan melalui sistem khidmat pesanan ringkas (SMS) dengan menghantar T6 <jarak> KP <jarak> NoKP ke 15888

Kad Debit-i Diskaun Siswa 1 Malaysia (KADS1M Debit-i) Shop List

Senarai Rakan Dagang Kad Debit-i Diskaun Siswa 1 Malaysia (KADS1M Debit-i) Bank Rakyat Discount Promotions The validity of KADS1M Debit-i discount card is 3 years from the issuance date. The ATM and debit card functions of the card, however, will not expire after three years and you may continue using it until the expiry date of debit card.
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Learning the art of self-learning when studying abroad

Humans of Kuala Lumpur:When you are studying overseas, the studying and teaching style is very different. Back in Malaysia you just need to memorize the notes given to you by your lecturer or teacher and you will be able to get good grades! But if you come here, and rely only on the slides given, you will not be able to pass an exam!

Here, they encourage us to give our on opinion on subjects, to debate, and promote self-learning. You need to read more publication papers in order to present your evidence towards whatever you are required to write, which I find difficult at first but its very useful as I have to do more thinking than let the teacher do the thinking for us. I'm actually able to discuss more serious topics with my friends and able to learn a lot more skills.

But at Malaysia, us students can be quite manja (spoilt/pampered) because for the exams everything is given to us, and I feel like we don't really do a lot of thinking. I do appreciate the hardwork by my te…