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KUALA LUMPUR: Budget 2020 has carved out some funds for the arts, culture and heritage industry, but some are wondering if it is enough, especially considering its contribution to Visit Malaysia Year 2020.
Learning the finer aspects of cooking Italian food, acclaimed as Europe’s mother cuisine, is what some local culinary arts students hope to accomplish over the next few months of study in the country.
PETALING JAYA: Urbanscapes goers were not only disappointed by the cancellation of indie-rock band Two Door Cinema Club (TDCC) but also left the creative arts and music festival with a parting gift of skin inflammation.
AS Malaysia heads toward becoming a developed nation, it is important for the country to grow not only economically, but also culturally.
PROFESSIONAL violinist Joanne Yeoh won the hearts of the judges and votes of the public to clinch the I>Martell VSOP Rising Personality of the Year 2008/Ititle recently.
Ten Malaysians were picked to be part of Martell's Rising Personalities Awards 2008, where one winner will crown the Martell Rising Personality 2008 next month.
Dark horses Pamela and Vanessa Chong did Malaysia proud when they emerged second in the final leg of reality show I>The Amazing Race Asia 2./I>
WHEN Adrian Yap, 32, finished his degree in finance at Boston University, the opportunity to stay and work in the US was there but somehow after 18 months of soul-searching he ended up back home in Malaysia where he started KLue - Klang Valley's leading urban lifestyle publication.