Durian season is still on-going, at the same time other fruit started to bloom. It’s time for us to enjoy ‘rambutan’ (i may call it ‘hairy fruit’), mangosteen (in Malay, we call it ‘Manggis’) and ‘langsat’ (I can’t find an English word for this). These fruits normally ripe in June and we started picking it up in July and August.


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Dr Zahari Hamidon is currently an Associate Professor at Cluster of Education and Social Sciences | Learning Technology at Open University Malaysia. He is a Head of Centre for Learning Technology and a Program Director for Master of Instructional Design and Technology (MIDT), Open University Malaysia

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