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WHEN it comes to quality seafood, particularly Korean and seafood products, you know you are in good hands when you see the K•FISH endorsement.
When it comes to beer, there are few countries in the world that does it as well as Belgium. It produces some of the most highly-rated beers in the world, and the country’s beer culture was even listed as an ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’ by Unesco in 2016.
DECORATED with botanical elements on a light green and turquoise background, a restaurant with casual indoor setting that comes with a touch of opulence is nowadays deemed Instagram-worthy, or Instagrammable.
IT IS not easy finding stalls offering ais kacang, better known as ABC (ais batu campur) these days, with cendol being the preferred option for local desserts.
Baby Cat has seen the glories of medieval cathedrals, castles and churches of Europe but not once has she ever set foot upon a beach. We have travelled with her since she was a baby, and realised that all we really wanted was to continue building up a treasure chest of happy childhood memories of our precious little one.
Every Malaysian can speak Bahasa Malaysia as it is the national language but not everyone can communicate in English and Mandarin. But the scenario is gradually changing as more children of other communities are enrolled in schools that teach the two additional languages alongside BM.
Social media has been both a boon and a bane. On one hand, it has democratised information, connected billions of people, allowed people to create awareness on current issues, allowed government and agencies to reach out to the people and even made education more accessible.