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5 Money-Savvy Things To Do In Japan

5 Money-Savvy Things To Do In Japan

by AAINAA NADIRA MOHAMMED HASHIM If I were to describe Japan in one word, it would be: UNBELIEVABLE. It’s unbelievably clean, the people are unbelievably helpful and disciplined. But most importantly, it’s unbelievably pricey. Even as I went there with my family, the lot of us could feel how pricey it is to travel to...
ALSA: AIN’T A BASIC LAW STUDENTS’ ORGANISATION

ALSA: AIN’T A BASIC LAW STUDENTS’ ORGANISATION

  by Nabila Adnan   Tired of being an ordinary student, I gathered all the courage to step out of my comfort zone and seize as many opportunities available to discover my inner potentials and to challenge my capabilities. And over these 3 years in law school, I have to thank Asian Law Students’ Association...

“Aye for Independence!”: A view on Scotland’s Independence Referendum

By Munirah Hamdan   It had been an effervescing issue as early as 2011 but it wasn’t until the middle of this year that Scotland grabbed the global headlines with its vigorous campaign to be independent from the United Kingdom. The world has always known Scotland to be a part of United Kingdom alongside England,...
The Umbrella Story

The Umbrella Story

By Farhan Sapian Sauri   The recent news on the street protests happening around the world would often provoke me with the question; why does violence usually follow whenever street protests come into the picture? From the psychological perspective, it is deep within us that we want to be noticeable. Whenever we feel that our...

Parenting Style: President Obama vs PM Najib Razak

By Arina Izuddin (Not yet a parent)   Put yourself in a situation where you got a B in math— wait. That is actually good for a budding lawyer. No, put yourself in a situation where you got a D in math and you need to tell your parents so that they will not get...
Traveling: A Life-Changing Thousand Miles (or More)

Traveling: A Life-Changing Thousand Miles (or More)

By Nik Nuraisha Alia Binti Hanafi   Often we heard of the cliché yet inspiring travel quote; “Not all who wander are lost”. I really wanted to believe in that saying so much that every time I made a getaway plan to travel, those words would ring and rhyme like Christmas bells and carols (October...

Low Marks, Low Spirit: How to Deal With A Test Gone Bad

by Aina Farzana Ismail The second half of the semester usually brings about a flurry of tests and with it, test marks. With this particular assessment method, everything seems to feel like a gamble. If you tossed the coin and came out at the losing end, here are some tips to get you back on...

Genocide: Massacre of Humanity

by Munirah Hamdan   “Scores of thousands, literally scores of thousands of executions in cold blood are being perpetrated by the German police troops upon the Russian patriots who defend their native soil. Since the Mongol invasions of Europe in the sixteenth century there has never been methodical, merciless butchery on such a scale or...

Mourning the Islamic Way

by Shahrina Anis Samsudin   Losing the one you love is really painful. It’s hard to accept that the person is no longer with you. From the recent tragedy of the missing MH370 to the sinking of the Sewol ferry, the countless deaths from daily accident cases and death due to many other reasons, people lose...

MH 370 Tragedy: The Returns of Good Diplomatic Relationship

by Nik Nuraisha Alia Binti Hanafi   It was 11.30 am in the morning of 8th March 2014, when a friend of mine told me a story that I had yet to find out and astound me that day; it was the story of a missing flight. I have always been very keen to listen...