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Anime carnival draws thousands of fans

ANIMAX Carnival Malaysia 2015, in its fourth successive year, drew to a close with an astounding turnout of more than 25,000 visitors, making this the most successful carnival yet.


The value of dissent

Organisations run by a chief executive who lords over a team of ‘yes’ men are unlikelyto succeed. Remember, a team that challenges each other will be successful together.


Big plus for bookworms

THE public libraries in all the five districts in the state will see the upgrading of collection of reading materials and services.


Boost for arts and culture

DESPITE the relentless heat, hordes of artists, cartoonists and cosplayers were present at the lively Pekan Kartun Kellie’s 2015 event.


Farmers living in fear

A GROUP of 25 Tambun pomelo growers from the Ampang area have lodged a police report following speculation that their orchards will be flattened.


Asean urged to play leading role in combating wildlife trafficking

KOTA KINABALU: Asean has to play the leading role in efforts tackling wildlife trafficking as more than 18% of sea and land based animal species are found in this area, a senior American government official said.

Metro Biz

Company counts on cocoa-based cosmetics

Cocoa beans have been used in cosmetic and skin care for many years and now Malaysia is getting in on the action.


Electronic newcomers set to light up the night with their music

ONE OF Europe’s most exciting electronic newcomers HVOB (Her Voice Over Boys) make their Malaysian debut at Pisco Bar on Jalan Mesui, KL, tonight alongside local collective Sound Love Affair for a special EP launch.

Metro Biz

R&D is the cornerstone of company that believes in developing its own products

Innovation is the key to Ascenteus Sdn Bhd’s business, and what gave birth to its two main products — the Grayns Rice Cooker and SmartPools.


Ministry aims to reduce recidivist rate to 5% under inmate modules

HOME Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has set a target to reduce the recidivist rate to 5% by 2018.