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IT WOULD be helpful for parents to pause for a moment before posting photos of their children on social media, said Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Loo Tsui Huei.
THE nautical-inspired Queens Waterfront by Ideal Property Group is poised to redefine the south-west district of Penang island with its exquisite waterfront lifestyle.
WITH a new year and a new decade upon us, the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) is further cementing its position as the country’s largest trade and exhibition centre with an expansive line-up of upcoming investments in its facilities and amenities that promises to propel MITEC into a higher league as befitting its position as an international conference and exhibition venue.
KLSTEP, which was launched in the federal capital by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) on May 28, has been welcomed by city folk with some providing suggestions on how it can be improved further.
Some business operators are installing acrylic screens to make customers feel safe while others think they are unnecessary during the recovery MCO period
Caught unawares by one of the most devastating pandemic of the century, homebuyers are now adopting a wait-and-see approach towards uncertainties in the market.
EXPERTS are conflicted on whether the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA) binds management bodies of high-rises from disclosing details about residents who contracted Covid-19.
HP MALAYSIA has launched a new laptop said to be the world’s first “leather convertible” called the Spectre Folio.