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Sarawak scholar Prof Michael Leigh, who has been living and working in that state since 1962 gives readers the inside story of how Malaysia became Malaysia.
They were not born blind but, due to eye diseases, they were robbed of their vision. However, Khai and Dinie found that they could make good music together and inspire others with their life message.
This year’s FreedomFilmFest theme draws inspiration from the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
With a complete Chinese education, Puan Sri Zalillah Mohd Taib's life experiences and achievements are documented in her new memoir, 'My Chinese Name Is Salina'.
Human rights documentary film festival FreedomFilmFest (FFF) returns this year from Sept 29 to Oct 6, showcasing over 40 new and award-winning films at PJ Live Arts in Petaling Jaya.
The late monarch-photographer Sultan Ismail’s snapshots from 1957 add to the Merdeka spirit.
The Royal Museum at the former Istana Negara (National Palace) in Kuala Lumpur offers an intimate look into the private life of Malaysia's king, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
"The Merdeka Interviews" book documents research and interviews with key architects, engineers and artists of 10 iconic structures in Malaysia.
An after-dark tour of Malaysia's best repositories – National Textile Museum, Royal Museum and National Museum in Kuala Lumpur – starts in November 2018.