Recent and archived articles by Yip Yoke Teng
The closure of what is touted as the largest waxed duck stall in Petaling Street has left many Chinese New Year shoppers disappointed.
THE work of Rumah Caring old folk’s home in Kajang goes beyond taking care of senior citizens.
StarMetro reaches out to three old folk‘s homes in the third initiative under this campaign
A GOOD plate of wantan mee, especially the dry version, is an elusive find, these days.
The eponym of Taman Connaught in Cheras may have been a province in Ireland, a kingdom that collapsed in the 1230s, or Queen Victoria’s grandson, Prince Arthur of Connaught.
WITH a heavy heart, Kuala Lumpur folk bid adieu to several wet markets in the past years and are adapting to a whole new context in the modern alternatives.
IT BEARS no name, does not boast of fancy side dishes and the proprietor even says, “it is not famous”.
THEY were once a necessity that enabled the masses to communicate with one another or to call in emergencies.
Weekends are meant for revitalising the body and soul, and Vasco’s at Hilton Kuala Lumpur can help you achieve just that with its array of sweet and savoury delicacies.
StarMetro speaks to three communities in Asia that observe Mid-Autumn festival in their own unique ways.