Energetic performer: Stirling will be performing live at the Bentley Music Auditorium on March 4.
Abstract: An acrylic-on-canvas piece called ‘Hidden Image I, 1988’.

FT Minister confirms government’s plan to sell prime land

One-way loop system in PJ enters Phase 2

Dancing violinist coming to KL

His life story on canvas


Electrical retail chain sponsors 50 customers for trip to Chengdu, China

Fascinating: Visitors admiring the giant 71m Buddha carving in a cliff that represents faith and hope at the Le Shan or Le Mountain in Chengdu, China.

CHENGDU (China): When she received a call telling her that she had won a trip to visit the panda research village in the Sichuan Province in China, bank assistant manager P. Vanitha thought a syndicate was scamming her.

Aid to ease payment of loans

TEMERLOH: The National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) will provide assistance to borrowers affected by the recent floods to restructure payment of their loans.


His life story on canvas

Abstract: An acrylic-on-canvas piece called ‘Hidden Image I, 1988’.

If a picture can tell a thousand words, then Dr Choong Kam Kow’s ‘Cross Culture. Trans Era’ retrospective exhibition of over 260 works is a biography in its own right.

Blooming out of mud

Lye Gaik Seng rowing a boat on the lotus pond at the Relau Agrotourism Centre to inspect the plants under his care.STAR PIC BY : Zainudin Ahad / The Star/ 26 Jan 2015

WHEN lotus grower Lye Gaik Seng first started out, he put fertiliser in the pond where he was growing lotus thinking that it would flower well.

Eat & Drink


Thevan shines in cross country

Worthy winners: The champions of the various categories get together for a group picture with the organisers and sponsors.

r. Thevan, 22, grabbed the top spot in the men’s Open category in the Sports Toto-Federal Territory Kuala Lumpur Athletic Association (FTKLAA) cross country championships.

Metro Biz

Headwinds for SMEs

Shrinking pie: Abdul Rahman feels that the cuts in government spending will adversely affect SMEs.

THIS YEAR is expected to be an uncertain one for small and medium-size enterprises, say some entrepreneurs.


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DJ loves the crunch

988 radio announcer Ng Hau Min likes the texture of crispy fried biscuits in the popiahs at SisterS Crispy Popiah

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