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Cow dung inspired Cyril Mathias to be a green technopreneur

Having worked almost two decades in the corporate world, Cyril Mathias gave that up to focus on his passion: green technology in agriculture.

Asia & Oceania

Off The Beat: In search of... durians in Australia!

The King of Fruits has transplanted roots in quaint Darwin of Australia's northern territory. Yes, the durian is making its mark outside Southeast Asia!


Staying sane when holidaying with the kids

School’s out and the kids are already restless. Minimise the stress of holidaying with your family by choosing the right destinations and trying out child-friendly experiences.


Chinese actors have 'Eternal Love' for Malaysian durian

Chinese stars of dimsum drama The Eternal Love said that they fell in love with durian and bak kut teh when they came to Malaysia.


Arikwibowo Amril's charcoal works are far from black and white

Arikwibowo Amril loves charcoal art, and the artist continues to examine his relationship with his choice medium through various experiments in his debut solo exhibition called Hukum Alam in Kuala Lumpur.

Asia & Oceania

Up close with the Rafflesia, the largest and smelliest flower on Earth

Intrepid 'Off The Beat' columnist Wong Chun Wai finds the elusive, leathery, speckled five-petalled parasitic plant in the jungle gardens of Sabah.


American woman is in search of the best durian ever

Lindsay Gasik has been living in Malaysia and travelling around the region for six years, conducting durian tours for those who want to devour the different varieties.


Artist Jalaini Abu Hassan is in a contemplative mood in new show

Malaysian visual artist Jalaini Abu Hassan’s latest solo exhibition 'Cerpan-Cerpen' – featuring painted, dyed works, old photos and poetry – is an opportunity for him to take stock of a life and career defined by art.


My first turtle watching experience made me swear off plastic straws

It takes patience and you’ll have to brave the complete darkness, but turtle watching – available in certains parts in Malaysia – can be an eye-opening experience.


What to do (and eat) at Jonker 88 in Melaka

A trip to Melaka is not complete without trying the local delicacies and desserts like laksa noodles and cendol. Here's one restaurant in the famous Jonker Street area to visit.