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The Star: Raving about Reading

The Star 10 Mar 2013 Raving about Reading

The writer stresses the importance of inculcating the reading habit if Malaysia wants to move towards becoming a First World nation. TO DESTROY an entire community and its idealism, the Nazis had in April 1933 conducted a Biblioclasm, or book burning, to “cleanse” Germany against “the un-German Spirit’. Similarly, in 213 BC, and again when the communist movement found its …

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Memupuk Budaya Membaca Ke Arah Kecemerlangan Negara

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Oleh Anas Alam Faizli Pada tanggal 6 April 1933, Jerman telah menyaksikan segolongan mahasiswa di bawah rejim Nazi melancarkan “Biblioclasm” bagi menghapuskan buku-buku yang kononnya disifatkan “anti-Jerman”. Kira-kira 2000 tahun yang lalu, pihak pemerintah China telah membakar buku-buku yang dianggap berbau Confuscian kerana tidak berpuas hati dengan pengaruh ajarannya yang semakin menular. Ketika penaklukan kota Baghdad pula, Perpustakaan Agung Baitul …

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Inculcating Reading Culture Towards a First World Nation

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By Anas Alam Faizli To destroy an entire community and its idealism, the Nazis back in April 1933 conducted a Biblioclasm, or book burning, to “cleanse” Germany against “the Un-German Spirit’. Similarly, in 213 BC, and again when the communist movement found its grounds in what is now the People’s Republic of China, all Confucian books and writings were burnt. …

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