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River of Life is a laudable project, but one of it's biggest challenges is changing the behaviour of Malaysians who treat rivers like dumping grounds.
World Food Day is deeply meaningful to Suzanne Mooney, founder of The Lost Food Project, who saves food from landfills and diverts it to feed the poor.
The experimental Futurists’ Diaries studies the implications of time travel and the multiverse.
The event would have been Malaysia’s largest ever craft beer festival.
Walk through Kuala Lumpur's colonial past on this free guided heritage walk around Dataran Merdeka and its surrounding heritage buildings.
KL’s month-long DiverseCity festival blends a neat balance of homegrown and international acts.
Group exhibition creates visions of the future based on a cyberpunk short story.
Jalan-Jalan @ Kampung Bharu, hosted by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall and Kuala Lumpur Tourism Bureau, is a great walk-through of Malay culture and history.
One runners group has grown thanks to good training advice, an open-door policy, sponsors' support and savvy social media.