A loop of obstacles

THE implementation of the one-way loop in Section 52, Petaling Jaya has brought anxiety to Cancerlink Foundation, one of the longest-serving institutions in the neighbourhood.


Tourists and locals enjoy retail therapy

KULAI: Retail therapy seems to be a favourite pastime among locals and foreigners during the Chinese New Year long break.

Group educate settlers on protection from bauxite pollution

KUANTAN: Following the bauxite mining controversy, the Sultan Ahmad Shah Environment Trust (Saset) has gone down to Felda Bukit Kuantan to educate settlers on the importance of protecting themselves from bauxite pollution.


Let’s not ‘look one eye’

Signage with bad English at the gate of a Buddhist association in Penang.

For better English, try to improve your command of your mother tongue as well.

Colourful monkey tales by 44 artists

Paintings of monkeys done by some of the younger children, who are as young as three years old.

JAPANESE expatriate Yukiko Umeda felt like she was surrounded by monkeys – in the literal and figurative sense.

Eat & Drink


Fine showing by yoga amateurs

The performance by Thiloshirny (top) and Divya Daashni nabbed a silver in the Girl’s Under 18 artistic pair category..

FOR TWO days, the Malaysian Yoga Sports Association played host to 120 athletes from around the world at the 24th Amateur World Yoga Sports Championship (AWYSC).


Malaysian publisher inks deal with Thai varsity

1 (Seated from left) Sumalee, Padoung, Sum, Koh, (standing from left) Pitichai, Khattiyada, Akarapol, Poh, Loke, Ng and Goh. 2 Visitors taking a tour of Penerbitan Pelangi Sdn Bhd’s warehouse in Bandar Baru Bangi.

PELANGI Publishing Group signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with HCD Suan Dusit University, Thailand at the Penerbitan Pelangi Sdn Bhd sales office in Bandar Baru Bangi recently.


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