A while ago, Malaysian Today highlighted a story discussing the trouble that youth will be facing in the near future. We even discussed on Generation Y and how those who are 'members' of the club are rather fussed when thrown into the working world.
You over there with your textbooks. Yes, you. Spend five minutes between these two pages before you go off to study for your finals. Because if you think that your responsibilities end when you hold the 4.0-CGPA certificate in your hands, you are wrong. You are so much more than just a student.
Last week, in conjunction with April Fool's Day, we tested your wits and savvy on the tall tales and big whoppers found on the Internet. This week, we compile, for your reading pleasure (and possibly your sarcastic sniggers) a list of the best hoaxes ever.
Orson Welles' War Of The Worlds
After eight years spent in the design industry, disillusionment drew Eshwar Krishnasamy, 29, to the cause of the Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC), where he now finds himself on an upward journey of discovery and realisation.
It's April 1 and all the jokes are out; the false news, the tall tales, the incredible stories, the stretched-to-the-limit truths and outright lies... So, what's the biggest fib that you've fallen prey to so far today? Let's see if you can make out the real stories from the made up ones.