10 October 2012

About Book Voucher and Schooling Assistance from Malaysia Government

It is good for me to have another book voucher to buy my favourite books in the coming year. Suddenly, I feel that the primary and secondary students should have book voucher as well instead of the RM100 Schooling Assistance. Why? Because I believe to nurture reading habit should to be started as early as possible.

Besides, with book vouchers, the interest of students also can be protected compared to cash that can be used to buy irrelevant things. Parents also can accompany their children to use their vouchers.

Most of us know that there are few students abuse their book vouchers to buy irrelevant things. I believe most of them do not understand and appreciate the value of book so that they simply abuse their privilege that could increase their knowledge. Some people may simply have no idea what book should buy because they do not have reading book habit.

Reading non-acedemic book is as important as acedemic, such as self-learning, self-motivation, books. Once you have reading book habit, I believe you will just like me to be so excited to use the book vouchers to collect those valuable books to enrich your entire life. Therefore, it is essential to nurture reading habit as ealier as possible.

However, even providing book voucher for primary and secondary students, some of them may also be abused to buy irrelevant things from Book Shop. Therefore, Book Shop plays important role to ensure book voucher is only used to buy books plus some relevant things such stationery.

Of course, with everything is almost E (electronic) now, a hard copy book may look like redundancy. However, spending entire weekend in a natural relaxing place for reading and learning is still a privilege of hard copy book that also save electricity in the long run. (Note: your i-pad or i-product will run out of battery). That's all for today. More fascinating articles and sharing will be updated from time to time in Xaivier Blog. So, you are welcome to subscribe our feed, look at our sitemap or simply visit our Homepage.

Written by: Xaivier Chia


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