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Believe it or not, there is a difference in the ability to pick up smells, whether sweet or smelly, between men and women.
Malaysian jeweller Habib is celebrating the country’s 62nd Independence Day early. A grand exhibition is currently being held at Suria KLCC until Aug 11.
In a first-of-its-kind in the world, Malaysia has launched the Muslim Friendly Accommodation Recognition. The initiative will recognise Syariah-compliant hotels in the country.
Sisters of Islam (SIS), an NGO committed to promoting women's rights, is back with its annual fund-raising art exhibition series, which opens at Cult Gallery, Bukit Tunku in Kuala Lumpur on Aug 3.
It’s great to have friends, especially when they have been with us through thick and thin, and go back a long way. These childhood friends who are still as close 60 years emphasise how important and affirming friendship can be.
Multi-instrumentalist Kamrul Hussin, the son of the late Hussin Yusoff (a master Kelantanese rebab player), has always believed in the idea of fusing traditional musical instruments with modern forms of music.
Nutrition impacts mental health more than we think, and the lack of certain nutrients might be behind our depression or anxiety.
Your travel plans should include a visit to your doctor for travel medicine and vaccination counselling before leaving home so that you can travel happy..
A former editor of 'The Star' was so inspired by a play, she just had to share it. But even excellent theatre and wonderful actors struggle for funding in Malaysia, which is why the arts in this country needs your support.
There are calls for one to holiday more responsibly when seeking authentic local experiences, especially those that involve the indigenous community in Malaysia.