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Vibrant show of Indian arts and culture

AFTER 80 years, the Perak Indian Chamber of Commerce (PICC) still stands strong as one of the leading business organisations in the state.

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Three days of cultural feasting

A THREE-day festival showcasing the culture and arts of several communities as well as sale of items and food by entrepreneurs will be held at Fort Cornwallis in Penang from today to Sunday.

Community

Vibrant display of Indian arts and culture

AFTER 80 years, the Perak Indian Chamber of Commerce (PICC) still stands strong as one of the leading business organisations in the state.

Community

Malls exude rustic Raya charm

JUST like how the familiar tune of Balik Kampung never fails to add to the excitement of preparing for Hari Raya Aidilfitri, several malls are intent on setting this mood for shoppers.

Community

Children design public park in Damansara Damai

A GROUP of 60 children, aged between six and 16 years, brainstormed and decided how they would like their public park to be. The result of this is the I-Play Park in Damansara Damai, Petaling Jaya.

Community

Toasting women of substance

OVER 100 members of the Alumni Kelab Bell Belia Tamil Malaysia and guests took part in a Women’s Day 2017 celebration at the Penang Hindu Sabah in Jalan Datuk Keramat.

Community

When overfeeding leads to wastage

GOOD Samaritans are often found offering food to the homeless, but because of a lack of proper coordination on some occasions, these people end up getting too much food, sometimes even three feeds an hour.

Eat And Drink

Palate-pleasing Malay flavours

SAVOUR the home-cooked goodness of Umi Restaurant’s traditional Malay delicacies at The Top@Komtar in Penang.

Community

Having fun the old-school way

THE ‘I.CNY’ charity event held at SJK (C) Shang Wu in Air Itam, Penang, revived several traditional games that were popular before digital games took over.

Community

Fostering ties among students

PASIR GUDANG: Laughter was in the air as some 250 students from Chiba Keiai High School in Japan were welcomed during a cultural exchange programme in Politeknik Ibrahim Sultan here.