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A massive 0.4ha illegal dumpsite near Kampung Chempaka, Petaling Jaya, is being cleared since yesterday.
FIRE safety appears to be a distant concern for the Pudu Wai Sek Kai (Glutton’s Street) community despite being surrounded by high-density and decades-old buildings and highly congested roads.
Couple toils to find a place to store lion dance props and train while bearing high costs for the art.
SOMETHING new is out to lure diners to the chic Forum KL Restaurant in Desa Sri Hartamas.
POCKETS of areas in Kuala Lumpur have experienced poor business over the years caused by various factors, one of which is ongoing road upgrades and development.
COLOURFUL flags line the streets, smoke from joss sticks envelops neighbourhoods and religious mantras are chanted.
Perhaps it's arguable that the best things in life are free, but this is starting to ring true, at least when it comes to books, with the mushrooming of private-run libraries in the Klang Valley, offering everyone books and spaces for free.
In efforts to encourage employers to provide their workers with decent lodging, a non-profit company is refurbishing existing quarters while planning to build more of such facilities.
Citycism - By YIP YOKE TENGTHE recent crackdown on undocumented immigrant workers finally brings the spotlight to the “elephant in the room”.
It's hard not to fall for dim sum – dainty morsels of mostly savoury but also sweet delights. But where to go for a real treat? Here are five suggestions.