Dang got involved the press-and-convenience store business by accident, but he persevered and has single-handedly changed the perception of newsstands.
Good news: Assessment taxes, permits, licences, fines and compounds are not subjected to GST. — filepic
For a good cause: Participants of the night walk waving as they set off from 1st Avenue in George Town, Penang.
Stolen items: Police chief Mohd Mokhtar (second from left) and Johor CID chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Hasnan Hassan (left) showing the seized items at the state police headquarters in Johor Baru, 2015. — Photo by NORBAITI PHAHARORADZI

Well, I’ll be Dang

Last leg of the race

More than just lights out

Illegal Indonesian immigrants nabbed for robbery


A tribute to majestic temples of Chola era

Ardent follower: Malaysian famous Indian Traditional dancer Ramli Ibrahim taking a closer look at an exhibit during the expo in Kuala Lumpur.

DISCOVER one of the longest-ruling dynasties in southern India, the Chola Dynasty, when you visit the photo exhibition entitled ‘Grandeur of Chola Temples of India’.

All muscled up

Flexing it for the camera: The greats of bodybuilding and their family members posing for a group photo at the reunion dinner.

SOME 20 bodybuilders gathered for a reunion dinner to reminisce about their glory days.


Tantalising tale of Miso

It’s in the movements: The story is easy to understand so fret not if you do not understand Korean. There are very few spoken lines and most of the story is conveyed via dance and the actors’ facial expressions and gestures.

TOUTED as a must-see traditional performance of Korea, Miso is a smorgasbord of Korean tradition served to audiences in an 80-minute performance.

The days of Ash Wednesday

Good at hard-to-play music: Ash Wednesday in the early 70s was made up of (from left) bassist Sachi Nanathan, drummer Billy Ong, keyboardist Charles Foong and singer/guitarist Boy King.

Members of prog-rock band reminisce about 70s heyday.

Eat & Drink


Senior shuttler on mission in London

Going for gold: Chan giving his all during a practice session.

SENIOR shuttler Chan Wan Seong is hoping to make his mark by winning the 99th All-England Seniors Open Badminton Championships in Hatfield, UK, his first major event of the year.


SMEBiz takes off

(From left) Orando Holdings managing director Datuk Eng Wei Chun, president of the Federation of Malaysia Chinese Guilds Association Datuk Chai Kim Sen, Minister in Prime Minister Department Datuk Wee Ka Siong , and Star CEO and managing director Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai at the launch of the Star SMEBIZ pullout at Menara Star. - AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

The Star’s new weekly pullout focusing on the in’s and out’s and goings-on in the SME sector was launched by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong. LIM WING HOOI and ZIEMAN have the report


Righting the wrongs

People should not focus their energies on reprimanding those who got offended.

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