Recent and archived articles by Joshua Foong
LONDON: Felda has made its first steps in establishing a global presence in conjunction with its initial public offering (IPO), seen as South-East Asia’s third largest so far.
LONDON: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak used his meeting with Malaysians here to drive across the message that the choice of the people will always triumph.
LONDON: Malaysians in Britain should connect more closely with home and their countrymen abroad to play a role in the national development of the country.
LONDON: Barisan Nasional chairman Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is on a networking mission to raise the coalition's profile in the UK.
LONDON: TalentCorp and its partners are hitting the ground in Britain to engage the thousands of Malaysian professionals and students based there in a series of international outreach sessions.
LONDON: Raised in a dangerous neighbourhood in Klang, Datuk Seri Juniur Khoo Gee Chong had a deep-rooted desire to help fight crime.
LONDON: Crystal Cha is a few steps away from achieving her dream of becoming a globetrotting Malaysian ambassador and needs the support of her fellow Malaysians to do it.
LONDON: Two Malaysian youths who aspire to provide specialised security services are in the thick of things here.
As many wondered if it was wise to visit Japan in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in March, the Crown Prince of Perlis and his consort flew in to signal his support for the devastated country in June.
LAWAS: A newly-built 10km road from Kuala Lawas to Simpang Punang has changed the lives of about 4,200 locals here.