as we are in the midst of preparing to move to Jaya Shopping Centre (estimated to be ready by mid-Jan).
Mathematical Olympiad Series
|Algebraic Inequalities In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions||Combinatorial Extremization In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions||Geometric Inequalities In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions||Mathematical Olympiad in China (2011–2014) Problems and Solutions|
|Methods and Techniques for Proving Inequalities In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions||Probability and Expectation In Mathematical Olympiad and Competitions||Solving Problems in Geometry : Insights and Strategies||Trigonometric Functions and Complex Numbers|
Who Moved My Cheese?
Who Moved My Cheese? is a simple parable that reveals profound truths. It is an amusing and enlightening story of four characters who live in a maze and look for cheese to nourish them and make them happy.
Cheese is a metaphor for what you want to have in life - whether it is a good job, a loving relationship, money or pssession, health or spiritual peace of mind.
And the maze is where you look for what you want the organisation you work in, or the family or community you live in.
Discover the secret for yourself and learn how to deal with change, so that you suffer less stress and enjoy more success in your work in life.
Normal Price : RM 39.90
Special Price : RM 29.90 nett
Penang Hokkien – English Dictionary
The first dictionary of Hokkien, The Chinese-English Dictionary of the Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy, by Carstairs Douglas was published in 1873 with a supplement by Thomas Barclay added in 1923. There have been reprints of these dated works in Taiwan where Hokkien is widely spoken, but there was no dictionary of Penang Hokkien until this publication.
This is the first dictionary of Penang Hokkien, a unique language which uses loan words from Malay and English.
The dictionary has over 12 000 entries and is designed to be user-friendly for both native speakers as well as learners of the language.
Definitions of Hokkien words and phrases are in English. There is a separate glossary of English-Penang Hokkien to help the user to find Hokkien words.
The dictionary has explanations on each entry and how it is used. Examples on how the word is used are included as far as is possible. Each entry is separate and is not listed as a sub-entry. This means that the user need not be a fluent speaker to find the Hokkien words and their definitions.
The introduction has a key on the notable features of the dictionary and explanations on how the dictionary can be
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I&II (Special Rehearsal Edition)
|This book is on embargo. Special offer is only for available stocks, on a first-come-first-served basis. Purchases will only be delivered after Aug 01 2016, or collected at designated UBSM stores after July 31 2016, 7.01 am|
Normal Price : RM 119.90
Special Price : RM 96.00
Dr Edwin Malachi
|Complicated Lives||A Bibliography of Malaysian Literature in English||In Sights Malaysian Poems|