Recent and archived articles by N Rama Lohan
KUALA LUMPUR: He has been a picture of health for the last 25 years as a professional footballer, and David Beckham brought that precise image of himself to Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR: For a policeman who had never fired a single shot at criminals, the late Supt M. Govindasamy (pic) inspired not only his son but also his grandson to join the force.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are excited at the prospect of sinking their teeth into the country’s first home-grown, exclusively Asian video-on-demand service, Star Media Group’s newest digital offering —dimsum.my.
KUALA LUMPUR: Today is Ooi Eow Jin’s curtain-closing performance at Colonial Cafe in Majestic Hotel here.
It takes a special act to chuck caution to the wind. Malaysian band Fazz is the epitome of such an act.
Prices have sky-rocketed in the last 10 years, and if vinyl LP buyers are not careful, they could be scalped. But armed with proper info, this common pitfall can be evaded.
It’s more than 40 years ago that Malaysian rock band Grim Preachers signed off at the height of its popularity. Now, the band is out for one more hurrah.
The music scene here is familiar with Hassan Peter Brown’s folky travails, but this time around, he dips his hand deep into American backwaters on his latest solo album.
'Never let fear hold you back from doing what you want to do.' — Edina Dizdarevic
They might be a long way from home, but American keyboardist and drummer duo JU/NY are burning the stage in KL, collaborating with local talents.