Now local university and college students have a chance to pitch their business ideas to real-life corporate figures at the Maybank MoneyTree Idea eXchange (MIX). Do you think they have what it takes to become Malaysia's next money-making tycoons?
By Yeevon Ong and Su-lin Chee
You've exchanged numbers, set up a date... Now what to do? Here are tips from Malaysia's dating expert, Violet Lim
1. Think of what your partner likes (if you know this before hand) and make your plans based on his or her interests. Have a few places in mind as alternatives. It makes your date think that you're being thoughtful and respectful.
It's true, reality bites. And it could prove a very painful experience for one walking into the kiasu kingdom totally unprepared. So, last week, we ran Part 1 of Survivor Singapore- our survival kit for students to keep afloat in this island state. Here's Part II to truly help you move along swimmingly.
1. Make friends
What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger
What does it take for a Malaysian student to survive in Singapore, a truly competitive nation that is frequently placed among the top five in many achievement lists? Here's PART I of our Guide to Singapore Study and Life.
By Eunice Au