How To Manage Your Gen Z Children

So imagine this. You're a 40 year old parent to 2 teens. It's dinner time, so you shout to your kids who are still in their room to come out for dinner. Your children emerge from their rooms and reluctantly put away their smartphones as they slowly make their way to the dinner table. Conversation at the dinner table is limited and before you know it, your children are done with their dinner...

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By Richard Stephenson | Youth Services
2 years 11 months ago

5 Things I Learned From Being A Coordinator

Written by: Alex Wong Being hired as a coordinator for Duit Right's Activator Program was like being a new driver. At first, I wasn’t confident about it so I kicked things off at a slow pace. Despite being careful I still fell into potholes. Eventually, I got used to driving and knew the roads like the back of my hand. That was when I realised I truly really enjoyed the whole experience. Here...

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By Shu Ling | Communications
3 years 3 days ago

Life Is All About The Next Step

Written by Karthik, former PBP student, Junior Mentor and Volunteer with GG.   I believe that in life we always have to decide our next step.  My life totally changed when I began my journey with Yayasan Generasi Gemilang (GG).  I would like to thank my friends and fellow Pusat Bimbingan Pelajar (PBP) students, Iswaran and Vigneswaran, because they were the ones that told me...

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By Cheri Lim | Head of Communications
3 years 1 week ago

A Spectacle to Behold

Imagine if you couldn't read this sentence No matter how hard you strained The words simply would not form Your eyes remain untrained Your teachers think you're slow And lack a span of attention But really you're just in need Of a slight visual correction You see, every single day Students go to school Without clear vision Which is really quite cruel This may lead to students...

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By Richard Stephenson | Youth Services
3 years 3 weeks ago