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For over 30 years, Gustiar Ariffin has been doing what he loves best in Puchong, Selangor, which is making customers happy by selling a variety of local fruits at reasonable prices.
The survival rate of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia patients, the most common childhood cancer, has doubled over the last 30 years in Malaysia, thanks to genetic-based innovations.
In Malaysia, faithful worshippers of the Nine Emperor Gods are flocking to temples to seek divine help and pray that the gods grant their wishes.
From small stalls at pop-up markets, entrepreneurs grow big business. This is the case for three popular Malaysian brands – So.lek Cosmetics, Pestle & Mortar Clothing and Kapten Batik.From small stalls at pop-up markets, entrepreneurs grow big business. This is the case for three popular Malaysian brands – So.lek Cosmetics, Pestle & Mortar Clothing and Kapten Batik.
Malaysia has one of the highest death rates in Asia when it comes to road accidents, with the rate unchanged since 2007.
Yugeswaran was a happily married man, working as a chief technician at a holiday resort in Port Dickson when tragedy struck. He was an acute diabetic and suffered from diabetic retinopathy. He eventually became blind. Then his mother passed away, and his wife asked for a divorce.
From hardworking son to dynamic leader who listens to the people, MCA President Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai has worked his way to the top.
When Jessie Johnson set up a transporation company with her husband, she also took on the load of doing the Miri-Bario runs on perilous logging roads.
Julian "Lefty" Kam has created an interesting mishmash of local life and the pop culture juggernaut that is the Star Wars franchise in his “Welcome to Sri Angkasa” series of ink prints.
It may not be a glamorous job and it is tedious, but he loves doing what he's doing. Besides, he's carrying on the family business.