Recent and archived articles by Pamella Lim
IT MAY only be February but in the football world, we can be certain about how the season is going to pan out for some.
RECENTLY, there has been a surge of videos and articles online featuring Japanese chefs teaching people the “right way” to eat sushi and sashimi.
The past couple of weeks have seen some of the most entertaining and unpredictable matches a new season can offer.
THE most common grouse about healthy food is that it is not very pleasant to the palate. Acai Lab, located in Solaris Mont Kiara, aims to bust this myth and then some.
AS I write this, I’m on the train from the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, where Liverpool had just beat Sydney FC 3-0 in a friendly.
The English Premier League 2016/17 champions Chelsea have been (unofficially) crowned. The Blues, along with runners-up Tottenham Hotspur, is set to feature in next season’s Champions League.
Manchester City will host Liverpool tonight in what is expected to be a thrilling match.
Let’s just get straight to the point for this weekend’s big game. There are three obvious scenarios for Liverpool vs Arsenal.
‘TIS the season to be jolly and jolly you will be when you arrive at Swez Brasserie for Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur’s Christmas Eve Buffet Dinner.
HAVING recently gone on an expedition to search for frogs in the jungle on an unrelated assignment, I had my reservations when a friend suggested I have some frog meat for supper.