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ONCE the shopping malls close for the night, the other favourite pastime of city folk is to indulge in their favourite food.
For those born between 1980 and 2000, the allure of non-ownership is extending beyond housing and cars into the rental and sharing of clothing, electronics and appliances, writes JILIAN MINCER.
Hotel operators, fruit and flower sellers and souvenir shops all hope the crowd will be back this school holidays.
SEPTUAGENARIAN Teoh Siew Hong, 76, has come a long way since her humble beginnings of selling bak chang (glutinous rice meat dumpling) using a small three-wheel cart.
A HUGE crowd turned up at the monthly Seberang Prai Car-Free Morning to take part in a series of activities in Penang.
THE Ramadan bazaar at Medan Gopeng is a food paradise, selling a variety of items ranging from traditional delicacies to those less conventional.
Christy Ng Shoes has launched its online shoe customisation engine, meaning you can now tinker-tailor-tweak to your heart’s content, writes CHOONG MEK ZHIN.
HOT weather or not, there is no stopping them.
A FOOD stall operator is offering authentic and halal Hainanese chicken rice at the Bayan Baru Ramadan bazaar in Penang.
Filial obligation and stress made Liew Choon Kong quit the construction trade in 1998 and take over the family’s tea business. Today, both he and the business he inherited are healthier for it, reports HO WAH FOON.
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