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The Story Of Coffee exhibition at the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) in Kuala Lumpur is packed with interesting facts, stories and images revolving around coffee and its colourful, often tumultuous, history.
Get ready for Instant Cafe Theatre's 'The May 9 Show', a satirical comedy series that looks back on Malaysia Baharu a year on.
Two things could make the controversial Sedition Act fairer: It’s OK if you tell the truth, and it’s OK if you want to stop injustice.
High-Speed Rail project derailed, Sales And Service Tax returns, National Higher Education Fund Corporation loan repayments reviewed, death penalty abolished, legalisation of medical marijuana on the table, minimum wage raised, and smoke-free zones introduced.
Worldwide Holdings Berhad's Waste-To-Energy treatment system is about waste recycling to produce green energy. Phase one of the billion-ringgit Malaysian project will convert 1,000 tonnes of waste into 25 megawatts of power every day!
Parquet Courts’ Andrew Savage knows the risks of writing songs with political themes. But that didn’t deter him as he dove into sessions for what would become one of the year’s best albums, 'Wide Awake!'.
Malaysia joins the ranks of North Korea, Myanmar and South Sudan as the government and opposition political parties finally agree on one thing: racial discrimination.
What is it that turns Singaporeans into speedsters once they cross the border?
Malaysian mothers married to foreign spouses want equal rights as fathers to confer citizenship to their children born abroad.
Instead of perpetuating the problem, we should be searching for a resolution to the high numbers of stateless children in Malaysia.