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Achtung and Attention*
For the first time ever the French-German language week is about to hit KDU college!
It will be a week of presentations, fierce competition, foreign movies and European culinary delights. Running from the 15th to the 18th of March 2010, all the action will center around the newly renovated Auditorium.
And we want you to join in, participate, and take home fame and glorious prizes!
Here is, how you can do that:
Hereunder is an excerpt from the famous yearly ranking done by International Living. An interesting outlook at what criteria make our life enjoyable in a particular country. Do visit the website for the rest of the Top ten countries listed down by IL.
By the Staff of International Living
Beginner level: bc004f.blogspot.com/
Intermediate level: bc0010f.blogspot.com/
Advanced level: bc016f.blogspot.com/
by Chris Ong
Chef Kam, you are one of the most prominent chef lecturers in the SHTCA. How did you join the school?
I joined the school back in 2005. I was paying a visit to some of my ex-lecturers when they asked me if I would like to teach. Well, I started as a part-time lecturer first then stayed on. I love working here as I can part my knowledge to the students. My bosses are great, too.
Penang has it all! It is a fascinating island with a succession of historical and cultural influences arising from their former function as trading ports linking between the East and West. To date, Penang retains its traditions together with a harmonious multiracial populace and well-preserved heritage buildings. Foodies will be spoilt with choices of every signature dishes, which have their own special creations that represent a beautiful blend of taste and spices. George Town, Penang, is listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.