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Tips on building a strong and resilient child

As children grow up and experience more of the world and society, it is important for parents to ensure that they are strong and resilient enough to handle life's hardships.


Bank Negara's interactive art show on Malaysia's sociopolitical heritage

Group exhibition 'Pusaka' at Bank Negara Malaysia Museum And Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur extends the idea of Malaysia's social and political heritage through a series of intelligent, interactive, installation pieces.


Malaysian all-autistic band Zimi J uses music to connect to the world

Zimi J, an all-autistic band, is testament to a music teacher’s faith in his special needs students’ potential and need to express themselves through music.


How to lose weight safely

Losing weight is not easy but if you take baby steps now, and do things in moderation, you’ll reap the benefits in the long run.


Here’s how to stay healthy and prevent illness

Although health is one of the most important things in life, we often don’t bother to make time to ensure that we stay healthy by eating right and being active.


40-year-old garden bears fruits in many ways for Malaysian family

A home garden lovingly nurtured for 40 years bears fruits in many ways for this family.


Entrepreneur goes to North Korea on Choson Exchange Programme and loves it

Besides giving a presentation on “Lessons learnt from rapidly building up a business and managing it remotely” at a workshop, this writer also visited places of interest and experienced the daily lives of the locals.


Muay Thai can make women stronger, says schoolteacher turned coach Gracie Hee

Gracie Hee says that she won't freak out and panic if she were put in a dangerous situation because she knows she has the ability to protect herself, thanks to Muay Thai. She knows how to stay calm and think of a solution. Muay Thai training has improved her reflexes, agility and stamina.


Yearender2018: Let the games begin

Badminton athlete Lee Chong Wei, figure skater Julian Yee, Harimau Malaya FC, bowling champ Rafiq Ismail, bodybuilder Lilian Tan, cyclist Azizulhasni Awang, and more!