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WEIL Hotel celebrated the opening of a new library at Anning Old Folk’s Home and Orphanage by also providing a vegetarian meal earlier this month.
CHRISTMAS decorations are not the only things glistening in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. The mall lit up even more with the presence of Hong Kong celebrity Tavia Yeung.
If you are one of the few in the Klang Valley who have not visited Mid Valley Megamall’s Star Wars exhibition, the event runs until tomorrow. Take the chance to fit into a scaled replica of the Rebel Alliances’ X-Wing fighter.
VISUAL artist Elan Hasyim believes in experiencing life one’s own way, and not conforming to other’s expectations and rules.
People like to compile lists of rankings, to see how one object, place, individual or nation stacks up against another. StarMetro looks at Malaysia's ranking in international reports or indexes used to measure different aspects of a nation.
IT was an evening to remember, as the achievements of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) were acknowledged and celebrated on a grand scale.
BATU Kawan, Penang’s third satellite city, has seen rapid growth in recent years.
A BREATH of fresh air. That is exactly what Leicester City has brought to the English Premier League. Their incredible start to the season has seen them move top of the EPL table. Now who would have predicted that a team who were sitting at the bottom of the league and staring at relegation as recent as April this year, are ahead of the big boys in England.
There’s always that clinging mentality that girls will not play better football than boys due to differences in physique and strength. But this misconception got rocked to its core.
Award-winning executive chef Wong Wing Keung and his team from Yee Tung Heen restaurant, The Excelsior in Hong Kong are presenting popular favourites from their kitchen until Sunday.
Tale of Two Cities - By Jay JayarajEARLIER this month, Doha residents were looking forward to the much-anticipated November rain after an especially hot, humid and long summer.
International student Chahat Bachan, 15, has taken the fork, spoon and knife used in dining to another level. She uses these eating utensils to reflect her love for nature and the environment – by using them to paint on canvas.
A FESTIVE mood reigned as the Nattukottai Nagarathar community came together to celebrate their food and culture at the Penang Spastic Centre.
THE MEAT & WINE CO: In the mood for some music in Solaris? Meat & Wine Co can deliver with some great stuff on offer from the stage.
The fourth Iskandar Malaysia Karnival 2015 (Iskarnival) will offer 1,200 job opportunities to Johoreans during a two-day event at Puteri Harbour.
The Gifts of Swiss Timekeeping exhibition at 1Utama Shopping Centre, Petaling Jaya is showcasing Christmas reward ideas in Swiss watches from Luminox, Edox and Claude Bernard.
LUXURY condominiums at the new 13-storey residential project Branz Shibuya Tokiwamatsu, located in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, are now on sale for investors looking to own property in the Land of the Rising Sun.
THE public will have a chance to help raise funds and awareness for orang utan conservation by taking part in a run or walk on Dec 12.
JOHOREANS can look forward to a the longest and largest Food Truck Carnival in Johor Baru at Taman Mount Austin this weekend.
TO THANK buyers for their continuous support, Hap Seng Land Sdn Bhd organised a customer appreciation dinner at Menara Hap Seng 2 Kuala Lumpur recently.
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