Recent and archived articles by Brenda Ch’Ng
SOAK up the colourful Malaysian culture and tradition through the eyes of local contemporary artist Voon Kim Cheong, who has been passionately working on his abstract masterpieces since 2013.
RESIDENTS of Lintang Muda, Lorong Kedah and Jalan Muda in Klang want the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) to cut down unfit trees there after a recent storm uprooted a 24m-tall tree and damaged several homes.
THOSE who grew up in the Port Klang area will most likely know of a tang yuan (glutinous rice balls) stall, which now operates at the Atap food court along Persiaran Raja Muda Musa in Klang.
ON OCT 1, residents in some parts of Klang had to brace themselves during an afternoon thunderstorm, which they described as similar to “typhoon-like winds”.
LEARN how to achieve healthy skin and get a RM100 AsterSpring voucher at the Back To Basics Craft Workshops’ Beauty Discovery 360’ session on Oct 13.
NEWLY-minted Putrajaya Corporation (PPj) president Datuk Dr Aminuddin Hassim vows to push through all efforts to make the administrative capital a Smart City.
ONE cannot help but be inspired by this heartfelt story of a father told by his daughter through black-and-white photos captured through her lens.
WHAT was supposed to be a significant landmark in the heart of Klang is now an eyesore to the Taman Eng Ann community.
WHILE water supply resumed in a few areas in Petaling Jaya, some areas in Sungai Buloh still experienced water cut, especially Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh.