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Platform for budding entrepreneurs

IN a collaboration between two experts in business and research, the Low Yat Group and Mardi are looking to help budding entrepreneurs pick up the necessary skills and make connections while giving them a platform to showcase their products and grow their businesses.

Latin Americans put on vibrant show

EXOTIC aromas, flamboyant costumes and evocative music created a carnival-like atmosphere as the 8th Latin American Festival returned to BB Park, Kuala Lumpur, on May 22.

Spicing up Latin American fiesta

THE 8th Latin American Festival is taking on the flavour of Rio to mark the 2016 Olympics, which will be held in the Brazilian city in August.

Cleaning up KL’s busy streets

ABOUT 800 volunteers pitched in to clean up the city’s main shopping district with brooms and rakes firmly in hand.

Downturn worsens sorry state of affairs

NO sooner had I welcomed the increase in the levy for foreign workers last week than the Government, under pressure from employers and employment agents, did an about-turn and deferred the increase.

One-stop IT centre

THE much-anticipated Perak IT Mall in Ipoh is officially open.

Lee: Use festivals to strengthen ties

KUCHING: Malaysians should use festive occasions to strengthen the bonds of friendship, inter-racial and inter-religious harmony in the true spirit of 1Malaysia, says National Unity Consultative Council deputy chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Urgent need to promote inter-faith harmony, says group

MORE than 200 Buddhist monks and nuns gathered together with hundreds of devotees at the Penang Chinese Town Hall in Jalan Masjid Kapitan Keling to take part in the 25th Annual National Maha Sanghikadana 2015.

Too volatile, too nasty

Unlike the peninsula, Sarawakians of all races and religions are peaceful and united, with churches, mosques and temples built near and even next to each other.

Peace is restored following last weekend’s chaos in Low Yat Plaza

THE ATMOSPHERE at Bukit Bintang and its surrounding areas is back to normal since the riot over the weekend.