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Heartland Poet

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Heartland Poet

In ‘Heartland Poet’ Workshop, students will go through a step-by-step process from creating their very own poems to developing their ‘Graftera‘ to staging a performance based on a chosen poem written by fellow participants.

Link: Heartland Poet 2011 English & Malay.

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Regional Malay Poetry Recital

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Regional Malay Poetry Recital

Asas ’50 once again has been invited to represent Singapore and grace the event together with representatives from Gapena, BUDIMAN from Malaysia and prominent poets from Indonesia. The regional event which was held at Sultan Idris Education University on 22 December 2011 coincided with a Malay Literary Patriotism seminar organised by the Institute Of Malay Civilization in collaboration with Malay Language & Literature Department, Sultan Idris Education University, Association Of Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka (DBP) & Darul Ridzuan Institute.

UPSI undergrads, ...

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Sayembara Eja Tepat

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Spelling Bee season is here again and for the fourth time. ASAS 50 together with PERBUYU has successfully organized Sayambara Eja Tepat 2010 at Tampines Regional Library. With about 30 schools participating, the auditorium was filled with hopeful students accompanied by their parents or teachers.

A little technical fault with the sound system did not manage to get in our way, as we manage to kick start SET 2010 shortly after our technical team attended to the problem with help ...

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Bibliotherapy at Pertapis – A Reflection

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On July 30th, 2010, it was exactly 9.30 am as we stepped into Pertapis – Home for Women and Children.

Amidst the tense atmosphere, last minute briefings were given. Nervousness could be felt even though, we all clearly knew how excited we all were. The entire session kicked off with a short briefing session to provide a clear overview of what the entire Bibliotherapy session will be about. This is then followed by getting them ...

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Unveiling Secrets of the Past through the Passage of Malay Scripts

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INTRODUCTION
Early civilisations have left behind vestiges of their existence such as artefacts and monuments that glorify their achievements and accomplishments. Their scripts especially allow modern researchers to peer into the soul of their civilisations. Tham2 deduced that there are interplays between language and culture, and between culture and the environment, with regards to the Malay language and its scripts. Such synergies can be observed in the journey of the Malay manuscript from its earliest form to its modern ...

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