Recent and archived articles by Christina Low
EVERY morning, residents in Taman Pusat Kepong will often wake up to honking cars and quarrelling neighbours due to double-parked vehicles.
FOCUSING on weekday buffets to cater to diners in and around Jalan Tun Razak works for some establishments.
YOU will never run short of restaurants to visit in Bangsar South as more outlets have opened up at The Sphere.
A FACEBOOK posting by Sungai Buloh MP Sivarasa Rasiah criticising the Petaling Jaya authorities over the eviction of a nursery operator has prompted surrounding residents and Bandar Utama assemblyman Jamaliah Jamaluddin to come out in defence of the decision.
AFTER a promising show at last month’s Aesthetic Group Gymnastic World Cup in Singapore, Malaysian Aesthetics Group Gymnastics Association (Magga) is now setting its sights on hosting the event next year.
RESCUING stray dogs can be both fulfilling and traumatising at the same time.
EVERY YEAR, fans of jazz music around the world celebrate their love for the genre by visiting jazz bars or attending events held to commemorate International Jazz Day.
SIXTY-YEAR-OLD Norashikeen Hassan is a hotel housekeeper who takes care of guest rooms, as well as heads the kitchen in her humble home in Kampung Baru.
AFTER every downpour, motorists travelling along Jalan Cemara in Taman Bukit Serdang have to “wade” through muddy waters to get to their destination.
SHAH Alam City Council (MBSA)’s new addition to its International Sculpture Park near Dataran Kemerdekaan is a gift from the South Korean city of Hanam.