Recent and archived articles by Mei Mei Chu
PETALING JAYA: Satu, dua, tiga dan empat, ayam dah pergi, anjing melompat (One, two, three, four; the Dog is leaping, the Rooster is gone).
PETALING JAYA: In true Malaysian fashion, a cross-cultural Chinese New Year music video inspired by P. Ramlee's music is spreading festive cheer and celebrating Malaysia's diversity on social media.
PETALING JAYA: A "traumatised" Tealive customer, who claims she found a lizard in her drink, decided to post the incident on Facebook after the popular bubble tea chain refused to give into her demands of a cash compensation of RM10,000.
PETALING JAYA: It was her first time learning about Chinese culture but 19-year-old graphic design student Mastura Marsaleh emerged as the surprise winner in an ang pow design competition.
PETALING JAYA: It was not only a union between the scions of two business empires but also a marriage of two cultures.
PETALING JAYA: Social activists propagating the #UndiRosak (spoilt votes) campaign are being attacked in cyberspace by those who disagree with the controversial campaign.
KUALA LUMPUR: Some moneychangers in the city could be facing supply problems after a major currency wholesaler here suffered a RM8mil theft.
Given the amount of fake news going around it is becoming a burden to separate the ‘bull’ from the bulletins.
PETALING JAYA: A disgruntled buyer can seek legal action against the ticket scalpers but not the ticketing agent because there is no direct contract between both parties, said Kuala Lumpur Bar committee member Alex Netto.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian youths interested in science, technology and entrepreneurship may soon be able to do an internship at China's very own Sillicon Valley known as the Zhongguancun Science Park.