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Graffiti expert shares tips at paint company’s workshop

Nippon Paint Malaysia Group, in partnership with renowned 10-year veteran Malaysian graffiti artist Katun, brought together 10 graffiti enthusiasts to be part of a half-day learning workshop.

Affordable lunch sets in Bukit Bintang

LUNCH breaks are never easy as there is only a short window to have your meal and get back to work.

News nibbles

Local news in brief.

Tap the best talents to protect our personal data

From THOMAS KOK of Ipoh.

Watch: Papers, Please glimpsed in short film trailer

Award-winning computer game Papers, Please is inching closer to its realisation as a short film, with the release of a final trailer for an 11-minute Russian-language treatment about the life of a border control official.

MIC branch chairman resigns amid underage sex scandal, claims Vell Paari

PETALING JAYA: A branch chairman from MIC has resigned from the party over allegations of seeking sexual favours from underage girls, claims Datuk Seri S. Vell Paari.

Cyber hygiene more important now than ever: cybersecurity experts

In light of the earlier report that some 46.2 million Malaysian mobile phone numbers including subscriber details and device information have been leaked online, we asked cybersecurity experts to provide some further insights.

Amazon teaches Alexa to speak Hinglish. Apple’s Siri is next Inc is starting to learn Hinglish.

Facebook stumbles with early effort to stamp out fake news

Facebook Inc’s strategy to stamp out fake news is struggling.

Major Venezuelan opposition parties to boycott local polls

CARACAS (Reuters) - Three of Venezuela's largest opposition parties vowed on Monday to boycott mayoral polls later this year in protest at an election system they say is biased in favour of President Nicolas Maduro's ruling socialists.