I like Fridays very much. I can do many things on a Friday. For instance, I can wake up late on Fridays. Usually I wake up at 8 am and have a hearty breakfast. This is very important because I need energy to do the activities ahead.
Hello everyone! My name is Nurin Sabrina Noh, Year 6 of SK Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur. Come and join me in a magical land called the PAL Kingdom. It’s filled with fairies, unicorns, mermaids and other magical creatures.
If any award should be given to the happiest kids in the world the children from Yayasan Sunbeam, Good Samaritan Home, Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera, Shelter Home for Children, Pusat Jagaan Siddhartan and Rumah Juara would be the recipients.
Well, I’m not really a big fan of cartoons, but this movie Ice Age 4 is sure worth the popcorn. In this movie, Scrat the prehistoric squirrel is revealed as the guilty party responsible for the continental drift.
Do you guys remember, Manny, woolly mammoth from ICE AGE? We know woolly mammoths were extinct 10,000 years ago. They have very small ears to release excess heat. Some woolly mammoths are said to have 15 foot long tusks. However, 39,000 years after its prehistoric prime, the mammoth was found in New Siberian Russia with fur and trunk all in place, and preserved by ice. Scientists have decided to extract the blood and use it for a cloning process.
In the olden days, ice skating was a form of transport to get across to the other side when the lake is froze. The Europeans then came up with the idea of ice rinks which were designed to be an icy glacier all year round. There are three types of skating: hockey skating, figure skating and speed skating.
Many years ago, there was a small town called Jundo. A lot of people lived in Jundo and they were very happy there. The mayor of the town, Jason, was a very good man and he ruled his people fairly and well.
The Science Film Festival, initiated by the Goethe-Institut, enjoys a unique position in Southeast Asia, North Africa and the Middle East.