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Have Fun Learning With The ‘LearninPal’ Apps By MPH



Everyone knows that learning is very important. Either you are a college student, school, or even university, you are still in the process of learning.

Have you ever heard of e-learning? It is an online learning system with the help of electronic resources such as smartphones, tablets, computers, and so on. With the rapid advancement in technology, many are supporting the use of e-learning applications.

MPH introduces LearninPal, the latest 2020 interactive social e-learning application


For your information, MPH has launched the latest social interactive e-learning application known as LearninPal.

The platform offers a variety of learning solutions from on-demand video content to e-books and live classrooms. Most uniquely, LearninPal is the first e-learning application launched in Malaysia!

Picture: LearninPal


These are several interesting functions of LearninPal that were provided. We are confident that when you look at this function, you will think it is really useful for learning at home.

  • palReads: Can read over 500 books anytime and anywhere. No need to go upstream or downstream by carrying heavy books.
  • myMentor: Study with teaching experts nationwide. Can study with them via live stream or in person.
  • palRevise: Test and practice understanding with past UPSR, PT3 and SPM examination questions.
  • palReplay: Can watch interesting videos and tutorials.
  • myCalendar: Check learning sessions without missing a class at all times.
  • palReality: Enhance education with AR assistance learning.

All we can say is, LearninPal is very easy and good to use during this school holiday. Especially for students. It allows them to study more fun at home. Want more best? This December LearninPal has something interesting for you all!

Enjoy learning at LearninPal eCarnival


LearninPal eCarnival also has fun activities such as Christmas storytelling sessions, DIY making sessions for kids, and parenting webinars.

In short, LearninPal is not just for students but for everyone! Want discounts and free classes? Well, book your slot at LearninPal now.

In the spirit of encouraging learning, leading publishers of educational materials such as Ilmu Bakti, Pelangi, Fargoes, and Karangkraf also provide their content digitally through LearninPal throughout the month of December. Don’t miss the opportunity to get the digital reference book you want!

How to join LearninPal eCarnival? Very easy! All you have to do is download the LearninPal app from the Apple App Store, Google Play, or Huawei App Gallery. You can also log in to LearninPal at to join.

Free dictionary provision for the first 500 new users!

LearninPal also wants to provide a FREE dictionary for all of you but you have to be among the first 500 new users to register on their website here. This grant is open to all who are in the Klang Valley and will end on 31 December 2020.

For existing users, you can also claim this FREE dictionary. Just like and share the post here on the LearninPal Facebook Page.

Don’t forget to follow the latest developments on LearninPal eCarnival and contest prizes on the LearninPal Facebook Page and Instagram @learninpal.

For more info, you can visit Any questions can email them at [email protected] or WhatsApp + 6017-735 5947.



YouTube Review: RE8 ‘Barney’ Demo Mod Is Both Hilarious And Terrifying



Resident Evil 8 or Resident Evil Village is only a few days away from release and fans of the series are excited to get their hands on it and the highly meme-able Lady Dimitrescu.

For now, awaiting gamers only have the demos and trailers to look at. However, there is a new addition to the fandom’s excitement.

A modder, Marcos RC placed Barney, the Dinosaur as an enemy type in one of the demo. For the uninitiated, Barney is a 30-year-old pop culture staple debuting in Barney & Friends in 1992. It has since become one of the most iconic and beloved among children.

The purple dinosaur with a set of flat blunt teeth is shown to chase after Ethan in the video in a zombie-like fashion like the ones in the original demo in the wine cellar.

The video is both funny and terrifying as it is surreal to see the children’s show mascot in the setting of the bloody gruesome horror survival game.

Suffice to say that this will ruin your childhood memory of the friendly dinosaur.

Source: Screen Rant

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(Video) It Is Here! Disney Finally Shows Off A Working Lightsaber



In conjunction with Star Wars Day celebration yesterday, Disney revealed the first footage of its impressive working lightsaber. Its existence was announced last month but this is the first image or video available of it.

The lightsaber will be a part of the upcoming Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser experience at Walt Disney World Resort was released.

In the short 20-second video, the saber functions as it was described. Like the ones shown in the Star Wars universe, it has a retractable glowing blade and not the plastic props like the ones used by the actors behind the scenes. But it will not be lethal like in the movies but

In the teaser, an actress dressed as Rey lights up one of the majestic-looking lightsabers before the image fades to black, followed by a message: “See it first when Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser opens at Walt Disney World Resort 2022.”

Whether it will be available for purchase is still unknown. But still, this means our dreams to become a Jedi Master or Sith Lord are getting closer than ever.

Source: Collider, Disney Parks

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Terengganu Quran Manuscript In Digital Form At UMT



KUALA NERUS, April 28 — The Quran manuscripts from Terengganu, said to be between 100 and 200 years old, is known to be the most beautiful in Southeast Asia because of the elaborate and intricate carvings.

The manuscripts are kept at the Terengganu State Museum for display, but visitors are not allowed to touch them for fear of affecting their condition.

However, the Sultan Mahmud Islamic Centre of Universiti Malaysia Terengganu has taken the initiative to digitise the six of the Quran manuscripts  by using the ‘Augmented Reality’ (AR) technology.

Sultan Mahmud Islamic Centre director Dr Riswadi Azmi said the digitised copies of the manuscripts can now be viewed at the Cultural Heritage Digital Gallery, which was set up in December last year with the assistance of Ericsson, a telecommunication company from Sweden.

He said visitors, as well as researchers, were now able to view closely each sheet of the digitised copies of the  manuscriptsof the Quran as if looking at the real ones.

“The process of digitising the Quran manuscripts is done through the Terengganu Cultural Heritage application developed by UMT as part of an effort to attract the young people to better appreciate the valuable treasure.

“The digitisation process through AR technology allows every detail of the Quran manuscripts to be seen clearly, including the colours and decorative patterns, as well as the calligraphy of the holy Quranic verses,” he said when met by Bernama at the Digital Cultural Heritage Gallery of the Sultan Mahmud Islamic Center at UMT here.

Riswadi said he hoped that one day the digital gallery would be able to collect and digitise all the Terengganu Quran manuscripts which are now located throughout Southeast Asia.

He said based on records, there are 27 Terengganu Quran manuscripts, with eight of them kept by the Terengganu State Museum.

Seven other manuscripts are with other museums in the country, eight manuscripts are in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand; while the remaining four manuscripts are owned by individuals, he added.

On how the Quran manuscripts were produced, Riswadi, said there were 11 sultanates in Southeast Asia that produced the sacred manuscripts, including Terengganu, Sumatra, Sumbawa and Aceh.

The Quran manuscripts were produced for the purpose of study and also for use during coronation of the sultan, he said, adding that the Terengganu Sultanate produced the Quran manuscripts between 1800 and 1900.

He said the Terengganu Quran manuscripts were unique, with  the decoration on the pages painted delicately and beautifully, and illuminated with gold powder.

The use of pure gold also proved the lofty status of the Quran given by the Terengganu Sultanate, he said, adding that apart from the  gold illumination, the ingredients used to produce the colours are believed to be from high quality plants that the colours remain until today.

“For example, the red colour is produced from the senduduk tree, yellow is from turmeric and green is produced from pandan leaves.

“In fact, our study found that the age of the plants used to produce the colours also plays an important role in ensuring that the colours stay,” he said.

Apart from that, Riswadi said the calligraphy writings in the Terengganu Quran manuscripts were also produced very carefully and believed to be one of the most beautiful Quran writings in Southeast Asia.

“This shows that there were calligraphy writers among the Terengganu community at that time who were very skilled and artistic because we know that writing the Quran is not an easy job.

“There is not a single error in every letter and verse in the Terengganu Quran manuscript starting from surah al-Fatihah to surah an-Nas,” he added.


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