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MANY restaurants are jumping on the health bandwagon in offering more food choices for Chinese New Year.
THERE was no Monday blues for Star Media Group employees as Carlsberg Malaysia brought much cheer during its Chinese New Year media visit to Menara Star.
GET a gist of Harvard University’s course on Adaptive Leadership at an upcoming two-day workshop entitled “Adaptive Leadership: Driving Transformation and an Adaptive Culture”.
KUALA LUMPUR: The RM12mil allocation for Chinese independent schools announced under Budget 2019 will be issued next week by the Finance Ministry, says Deputy Education Minister Teo Nie Ching.
USHER in the Year of the Pig with a selection of pork dishes and Cantonese fare in the heart of the city.
EYE-CATCHING and beautifully plated yee sang are worth the effort as chefs in recent years find ways to appeal to diners.
SOCIAL media is not for everyone, said Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh.
SIX Malaysians were acknowledged for their accomplishments in various fields at the 2018 Ten Outstanding Young Malaysian (TOYM) Awards.
TO ENSURE the underprivileged are not left out, Quill City Mall in Kuala Lumpur played host to 80 children as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility programme.
VISITORS to Star Supa Comic will be able to get their hands on Sakura Color Malaysia and G’Soft stationery products.