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Malls in Klang Valley bring festive cheer with golden bull, pinwheels and calligraphy
AN INTEREST in all things related to ancient Chinese history led a self-taught tailor to start a full-time business making traditional hanfu four years ago.
Unable to operate during the MCO, some of these licensed individuals have ventured into other fields such as F&B and marketing while waiting for the tourism sector and borders to reopen.
VETERAN rower Khoo Boo Hock, who qualified as Asia’s best rower in his age category two weeks ago, did the country proud by being the first Malaysian to compete in the World Rowing Indoor Championship virtual race.
HOLDING a full-scale online event is not easy as attested by Penang Youth Development Corporation (PYDC) which organised a virtual Chinese New Year party.
WHILE fish farmers are suffering from slow sales like those in other businesses during the movement control order, there is an upside for those who love to eat fish.
Student Wu Gin How is a merit award winner in the 33rd Annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest.
IN February 2018,21-year-old Indonesian maid Adelina Sau from Nusa Tenggara province died a day after she was rescued from her employer’s house in Bukit Mertajam, Penang.
Markets in Singapore are known for their cleanliness. Animals are slaughtered in slaughterhouses, not in the market, so no bad odour or stench develops at the market. A variety of fresh goods are sold at reasonable prices and stalls accept cashless payment methods.