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Win a McLaren when you shop at these Malaysian airports

Travellers who shop and dine at any of the five international airports in Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Langkawi and Kuching will stand a chance to win prizes. 


Entrepreneurs with disabilities RISE to challenges thanks to empowerment programme

Makeup artist Noney Gondolos and car wash operator S. Balamurugan are two entrepreneurs with disabilities who achieve success via the Rise (Reach Independence and Sustainable Entrepreneurship) programme.


Physically-challenged entrepreneurs boost business through special programme

Through a special economic empowerment programme called RISE, two physically-challenged entrepreneurs learn how to improve their business.


RISE: An economic empowerment programme for persons with disabilities

Maybank Foundation's RISE programme is an economic empowerment programme that gives a boost to disadvantaged communities, especially persons with disabilities.


Unsung Angels: Receiving support and relief with an assuring embrace

In the final part of our series on palliative care, patients share how Hospis Malaysia has helped them manage their pain and symptoms, which has improved their quality of life.


Unsung Angels: More than just a nurse when providing comfort care

In the second of a three-part series on palliative care, nurses talk about their role in helping patients and their families manage the challenges that a serious illness bring.


Unsung Angels: How palliative care gives dignity to seriously ill patients

For seriously ill patients, the palliative care they receive is crucial because it does not only give them relief but also comfort and dignity. The first of this three-part series, Unsung Angels, highlights the importance of palliative care and the need to increase such services.


Artist Liew Sze Lin's abstract collages are representations of family relationships

Malaysian artist Liew Sze Lin's abstract collages featuring fabric material are representations of the many textures of family relationships in her life.