KAMPUNG Tunku assemblyman Lim Yi Wei used to play women’s rugby when she was pursuing her Finance degree at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
SOUNDS of suppressed laughter are audible in a small farm called Mulberries in Xiangkhoung, Laos, where a group of women huddle over a boiling cauldron of natural dye.
MAYBANK Foundation gave RM1.8mil for their Maybank Women Eco-Weavers programme to help keep the art of traditional weaving alive.
DRIVING around the Klang Valley can be quite a headache from having to endure traffic jams to finding a parking space.
BARELY nine months ago, businessman Michael Quah weighed a hefty 120kg. But now he is 87kg – down by a whopping 33kg.
HER lethargic face reveals the turmoil within her mind. At 88, Chu Yau who lost her 90-year-old husband Foong Kam earlier this year, was dealt another blow recently.
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!
WHILE many people are still asleep, a family in Kampung Baru Simee prepares to head to the market to set up their kuih stall.
“Lagi banyak cukai? Apa hal ini kerajaan baru?” (More new taxes? What is the new Government doing?).
OUR Langkawi trip came to a literal climax as we rode the world’s longest free span mono-cable car up one of the steepest cable car inclines in the world to the peak of Mount Machinchang.