Recent and archived articles by Yip Yoke Teng
IT WAS the first day of school but at Sekolah Bimbingan Jalinan Kasih in Chow Kit, the
THE Chinese community in Malaysia has seven major subdivisions with their own dialects and customs. This means there are seven ways to pronounce the same Chinese words.
WITH wax trickling from the tiny spout of the canting, Masrina Abdullah creates a multitude of possibilities in batik designs, and has expanded her passion to the fashion realm.
HOKKIEN mee is a meal that people in Kuala Lumpur will look for, night and day.
LOCATED along the busy Jalan Maharajalela in Kuala Lumpur is the LLG Cultural Development Centre, a humble heritage centre that tells the long story of vernacular education development in Malaysia.
HAVING an aromatic cuppa at the local coffeeshop is how many Malaysians start their day. As such, it is paramount that the people making the drink know their stuff, lest they ruin someone’s day!
HE BANGS his head against the wall, habitually, and mutters to himself all day long.
THOSE searching for homestays these days are not only looking for a roof over their head, some are on the lookout for safe havens to consume designer drugs.
Professionals and high-flyers are using designer drugs for job advancement only to learn the hard way that rehabilitation can be extremely difficult once they are hooked on these substances.
THROUGHOUT history, traditional wet markets have been a lifeline for the common folk as a place to seek sustenance, and a hub of economic activities.