Recent and archived articles by Phoebe Khor
When you leave Penang, it's inevitable that you start missing food from your hometown after a while and start looking for something that approximate home flavours.
FOR those who think the arts can never be a business, MyPerintis (Malaysia Trailblazers Association) says it is time to change the perception.
Cempaka assemblyman Datuk Iskandar Abdul Samad said many of them were forced to run such businesses to make ends meet as they are usually from low-income families.
A metre-deep sinkhole has appeared in Persiaran Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama in Petaling Jaya, and residents are worried it will get bigger with the rainy season.
Owners of shops along Lebuh Utama Tun Hussein Onn in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur fear that plans for a U-turn to accommodate MRT works will affect parking space and business.
WORLDWIDE, 2.5 billion people are at risk of contracting mosquito-borne diseases, while 400 million are infected annually.
COMPANIES who want to reward their secretaries, can treat them to Malaysia Tourism Centre’s (MaTiC) special Secretaries Week celebration featuring lunch and performances by celebrities such as rock queen Ella at the Saloma Bistro and Theatre.
AS A young boy, Jerald Joseph did not have to do the dishes, as it was a task left to the women and girls.
HANDS Percussion has seen the ups and downs of the Malaysian performing arts scene, but it’s still going strong and is entering its 20th year.
DETERMINED to keep the Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation-National Centre (KDSF-NC) running, Kiwanis Club of Kuala Lumpur is bringing back the Kiwanis Motor Treasure Hunt for the 34th time this year.