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Loi Fatt started as a common coffee shop selling noodles, then slowly turned into an air-conditioned outlet specialising in seafood.
From the Sea of Galilee, WONG CHUN WAI continues his pilgrimage to other Christian sites, including Jesus' birthplace and the spot where he died.
JOANN KOH reviews I>Insider's Kuala Lumpur/I>, a fact-filled book that delves into the history behind the city's every nook and cranny.
The 100Plus Power national junior badminton circuit will get off to an explosive start with the North and South Zone competitions being staged simultaneously in Perlis and Malacca, beginning today.
DATARAN Dwitasik, the latest commercial precinct in Bandar Sri Permaisuri, is set to be the new commercial hub for Bandar Tun Razak and the surrounding neighbourhoods in the south-west corridor of Kuala Lumpur with a population of over one million people.
BANDAR Sri Permaisuri is offering buyers a chance to own a home near the Kuala Lumpur city centre at an affordable price, Dwitasik executive director Wan Mohamed Yaacob Datuk Wan Salaidin said.
Better late than never. The promise of a convenient, efficient and cost-effective public transport network for the Klang Valley in 18 months was met with a huge sigh of relief.
Rapid KL, which will operate an integrated public transport system in the Klang Valley, is set to give commuters a more convenient, efficient and cost-effective service within the next 18 months.
According to Dr Keng Pek Koon in the book, I>Chinese Politics in Malaysia/I>, Yap Ah Loy was not only the most famous Kapitan China but he also obtained the position because of his status as secret society headman and leader of the local Hai San secret society.
Filmmakers interested in producing a TV series on Yap Ah Loy have been urged by one of his descendants to do adequate research so that the true story can be portrayed, writes K.W. MAK.