Recent and archived articles by Kelly Tey
MORE than a million visitors thronged the four-day Karnival Usahawan Desa (KUD) which ended Sunday.
WHEN asked if they would like to become “Healthy Heroes”, a group of about 100 children raised their hands enthusiastically.
THE South Korean wave, from music and movies, arts and culture to cosmetic products, have appealed to many Malaysians over the recent years.
ONE of the best ways to support the underprivileged community is to go out and help them.
NESTLE Omega Plus and the Yayasan Jantung Malaysia (YJM) encouraged people to step up efforts to take care of their heart at the 16th edition of the Walk-A-Mile event.
TWENTY families at the People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Kota Damansara breathed a sigh of relief as daily necessities reached them in their time of need.
THOSE with a sweet tooth fulfilled their cravings when they visited Baskin-Robbins on Malaysia Day.
THE Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) has reaffirmed its vow to curb corruption in the work environment.
THEY say “manners maketh man”, and perhaps this is something time will tell.
THE Setia Alam and Setia Eco Park township community may have found a “last mile” connectivity solution in Mobike.