Recent and archived articles by Yip Yoke Teng
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.
MALLS have become an integral part of urban living but how secure are shopping complexes, especially for children?
Every day, a little bit of the historical Petaling Street chips away with the aged locals leaving, and memories of its original community fading away.
IN the past weeks, even the staunchest drama fans in Malaysia would have turned away from their favourite channels to stay glued to various news platforms providing the latest updates on the country’s political scene.
PETALING Street in Kuala Lumpur has been around since the 1880s and this old part of Kuala Lumpur is seeing a change as pre-war shophouses are being spruced up and injected with new life.
THE colours and tastes of nusantara cuisine prepared by Indonesian chef Harry Haryadi will whet diners’ appetite this Ramadan season.
PERAK Pakatan Harapan will have until 2pm today to show they have the simple majority of 30 seats to form the state government.