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by michelle tam
Malaysian travellers display some very quirky habits when on holiday.
Caring Malaysians have started a fundraising campaign involving food and beverage businesses to help feed millions displaced by Typhoon Haiyan.
EACH November, World Urbanism Day - also known as World Town Planning Day - is said to be celebrated in over 30 countries in four continents.
Depending on how you like your breaking news delivered, eyes will be squarely fixed on online portals, television screens and live-streaming social media from 4pm onwards today.
Done wrong, a party outdoors can be a comedy of errors. Done right? An absolute delight.
Malaysia's favourite health tips and go-to cures are nothing to sneeze at.
This Friday the 13th, let’s not forget our own store of local horrors.
Merdeka Day is as good a time as any to check and reflect on our progress as a people and a nation.
We should rejoice in traditions that have us welcoming strangers into our homes.
We should get connected to the tools that can increase our sense of security.
Michelle Tam rearranges the alphabet for a living and finds her answers in everyday adventures. She tweets at @miss_michy and welcomes conversation at firstname.lastname@example.org
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