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Chef trades in apron for T-shirts

The approval of a credit card with a RM10,000 credit limit became the catalyst for Liew Ken Seng to start his own business selling rock tee-shirts, caps, belt buckles and wallets.

More than just a beach Bagan Lalang offers a quick and easy escape from the city

BAGAN LALANG is a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur which is fast becoming a favourite spot for family activities.

TAS sees slowdown in demand for offshore support vessels

SIBU: TAS Offshore Berhad sees demand for offshore support vessels slowing down this year due to the slow global recovery coupled with the drastic fall in the oil price.

Bagan Lalang offers a quick and easy escape from the city

BAGAN LALANG is a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur which is fast becoming a favourite spot for family activities.

Company opens large new warehouse to improve logistics capabilities

ELECTRICAL goodS chain store Senheng Electric (KL) Sdn Bhd has opened a RM32mil warehouse at Hicom Industry Estate, Seksyen 26, Shah Alam to increase customer service delivery efficiency.

Steamboat dining brings people together over a hot pot of goodies

The joy of gathering around a simmering hot pot for meals is a long-practised tradition since the ancient Chinese dynasties, and it is still a popular dining method.

Boy comes up with ingenius creation

KOTA KINABALU: A picture of a primary school boy using a cardboard box for a schoolbag has gone viral with many netizens asking each other for the location of the boy so that they can help.

Deputy CM says severe flooding not likely but all must stay alert

KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang says Sarawak is “not likely” to face severe flooding this monsoon season to last until March.

Bagan Lalang offers a quick and easy escape from the city

BAGAN LALANG is a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur which is fast becoming a favourite spot for family activities.

Petaling Street no longer seems to represent Malaysian culture and its people

PETALING Street, also known as the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, is a permanent fixture on lists of places for tourists to visit but many locals can also be found in the area, proving its overall popularity for a number of reasons.