Robophobia

Written by Illyana Helmy Robophobia is an anxiety disorder which makes a person has an irrational fear of robots, drones or any other robot-like mechanics. It often results a panic attack and always can be triggered by certain stimuli or situation. For instance, it happens while viewing a robot, talking about robots or being near…

Salute to the Toastmasters!

Written by Nadiah Zainal   Toastmasters Internationalis a term that is still quite foreign to Malaysians especially the university students. From a quick survey, only 5 out of 20 university students know the word toastmasters and what it is all about. A little bit on the history of toastmasters, according to toastmasters.org, the journey began…

Rape Jokes Are Not Funny

Written by Amy Yasmin Roslan “Unconvinced? Try this anti-double-think exercise. State three objective realities in a row: A rape joke is not a rape. A dead baby joke is not a dead baby. A joke about the Holocaust is not a Holocaust. Feeling any better?” (Arlott , 2014) If you’re an avid Twitter user, you…

SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

written by Eric Rosli Social networking sites have become an important tool especially to young adults. In harnessing its potential use in education, students and lecturers should invest in social networking sites to interact and socialize among themselves. This new dimension allow individuals to connect with their old friends, gather information or any other use…

Ais Kacang – Malaysia’s Latest Podcast Hub

Written by Nurul Nabilah Binti Ahmad Shukri Have you heard about the latest delicious audio in town? On 1 April 2017, Media Prima Radio Networks has proudly launched a new initiative, AIS KACANG and has become a hub of the first audio podcast in Malaysia. Interested to know what AIS KACANG is all about?  Ais…