Recent and archived articles by Grace Chen
SPORTING events and festive gatherings are the best ways to unite a neighbourhood, says Taman Intan Baiduri Neighbourhood Society (TIBNS) chairman Affendi Kamarudin.
SUBANG JAYA: Nature hikes within a stone’s throw from your home – that’s what Gamuda Land has planned for its latest development which will have the Kuala Langat Forest Reserve and Paya Indah Wetlands as its neighbours.
THERE is something wrong with people who litter, says Setiawangsa MP Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad.
Nestled in a residential area of Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang, is a cosy collectibles shop cum cafe. It is easily searchable on Google maps. Just type Yen Fang Terk Jia (meaning far away from home in Mandarin).
A FRESH coat of paint, new toilets, soundproofing panels in the event hall and a sheltered porch were some of the new upgrades done to the multipurpose hall at Kampung Hulu Chuchoh in Sungai Pelek, Sepang.
HICCUPS experienced by users are only teething issues, says Digital Tempo (DT) with regards to complaints regarding payment for on-street parking in Putrajaya, which can only be made via the Parkbyphone mobile app.
LIKE eating butter with a crispy skin. That is how connoisseurs describe savouring goose liver, or foie gras as the French calls it.
DEVOTEES from Thai Buddhist Chetawan Temple in Petaling Jaya rallied together to collect RM20,000 in donations for flood victims in Laos.
THE Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) wants the Environmental Interpretive Centre (EIC) in Sepang to be declared a heritage building.
EDILON C. Cauilan of The Beer Factory from Jalan Raja Uda, Penang, has been declared winner of the Heineken Star Serve 2018 beer-serving competition.