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Ex-cop happy to trade in collectibles

Nestled in a residential area of Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang, is a cosy collectibles shop cum cafe. It is easily searchable on Google maps. Just type Yen Fang Terk Jia (meaning far away from home in Mandarin).

Learning the truth about Malaysia’s formation

IT HAS been 55 years since we became a nation, and Malaysians have many blessings to be thankful for.

Nothing cool about this ‘designer’

HE BANGS his head against the wall, habitually, and mutters to himself all day long.

In tune with changing times

THEY love to sing and keep themselves entertained and connected by having karaoke sessions with neighbours and friends.

Safety priority for De Puncak Ukay residents

FOR residents of De Puncak Ukay, Taman Ukay Perdana in Ampang, every morning is like waking up on a mountain top resort.

Standing up for our English language rights The state and Federal governments must come to a consensus on the use of the language of choice

THE Education Ministry ruffled a few feathers in Sarawak with its stand against English-medium schools.

Local Jazz band breaks new ground


RA building pride of village

THE single-storey building in Kampung Baru Kwantung Baru is the pride of the villagers.

Making the cut in smithing

KNIFE-making, whether as a hobby or full-time job, can be very rewarding, especially when one sees his or her smithing or designs reaching new levels of mastery.

Mesmerised by Danau Toba’s water children

TRAVEL is the only thing you buy that makes you richer, an anonymous person once said.