Recent and archived articles by Emmeline Tan
A Malaysian ishelping to giveminority childrenin China a betterstart in school
The story of a Kelantanese rebel who fought against the British comes alive in the Tok Janggut Trail.
Only a small percentage of the hardcore poor identified to participate in the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) agriculture cultivation project have accepted the offer.
Of the 3,124 hardcore poor identified by the Southern Kelantan Economic Development Authority (Kesedar) to benefit from the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) agriculture cultivation project, only 217 have so far indicated their eagerness to participate.
RIDING in an RM2mil Bentley held back any unwanted outcome of nausea as we cruised round the bends of the Teluk Bahang hills.
B>C/B>LOGS old-fashioned? No way! Not according to the organisers of the Little Pe-nang Street Market.
Is attending full council meetings important for councillors?
B>C/B>OME early, or miss out on the best bargains. This was the message most people got after visiting the annual Sakura Charity Festival where loads of second-hand goods were on sale at dirt-cheap prices.
B>F/B>ASHION came up north at Gurney Plaza in Penang during the Fashion Gala Night which showcased the newest apparel from five Malaysian designers who have been making waves in Kuala Lumpur and internationally.
B>K/B>eep the monorail out of George Town and bring back the trams for the sake of the environment and heritage.