Recent and archived articles by Shahanaaz Habib
Biotechnological breeding methods using only males of the species look set to revive Malaysia’s freshwater prawn industry.
A cybersecurity expert debunks the myth about password and PIN security but cautions against clicking on just about anything that’s available for free out there.
Nowadays, it’s not just real estate speculators who attend property auctions. People looking for homes they can live in are increasingly interested in finding their first home at these auctions.
KUALA LUMPUR: A word of caution for Malaysians who are renting a place because they cannot afford to buy their own home. Make sure your rent does not eat up a huge chunk of your salary.
There are kung fu skills required in buying and renting. Here, two professionals share their views on how you can hone your chops in investing, renting and dealing with tenants.
The Malaysian pursuit for superlatives – biggest, longest, highest – may have its roots in the Malaysia Boleh spirit.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian “can do” spirit has led to about 20 records being made daily.
PETALING JAYA: Shoplifters have become creative with special bags lined with aluminium foil to avoid detection at the cash counter.
Pedestrian walkways need to get more ‘respect’ so that Malaysians can walk safely and comfortably while getting some exercise.
Malaysia’s foreign policy of non-alignment and non-intervention will put Malaysia in good stead if the diplomatic crisis between the Gulf countries widens, say experts.