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The Placemaker Awards Asean (PAA) 2021 is a newly introduced programme to recognise those who transform public spaces in South-East Asia, thereby helping to improve quality of life and strengthen local communities.
THE much anticipated Four Hands Supper Club chef collaboration series at Quan’s Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown returns after successful runs with three Klang Valley-based restaurants.
AS PART of the Movember movement, a global community grows moustaches throughout November to raise awareness for health issues faced by men – prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's counter-terrorism police have arrested a member of a top Islamic council on charges of raising funds for the al Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiah (JI) group blamed for deadly bombings, police said on Wednesday.
HUNGRY Ghost Festival was mistranslated as “Hungary Ghost Festival” in a 2002 Singapore Tourism Board guide. This translation gaffe has stuck in Neo Keng Hwee’s mind, so he was quick to respond to a nationwide effort to crowdsource expertise to prevent such errors.
BANGKOK (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The streets of Bangkok are buzzing with start-stop traffic and thronging crowds as Thailand rounds off its first week of relaxed border controls that waive quarantine for travellers from more than 60 countries and territories.
PETALING JAYA: Visual artist Mohd Fitri Fauzi does not want to just rely on online recommendations when he goes travelling and prefers to have a guide.
Each morning, Adulwitch Tangsupmanee brings a cart of crispy pork belly to a run-down cinema in Bangkok’s Chinatown and sets up the same street-food stall his internationally renowned father ran for nearly 50 years before dying of Covid-19 in July.
Each morning, Adulwitch Tangsupmanee brings a cart of crispy pork belly to a run-down cinema in Bangkok's Chinatown and sets up the same street-food stall his internationally renowned father ran for nearly 50 years before dying of Covid-19 in July.
Artist Alice Chang's new public art piece offers a message of hope as downtown Kuala Lumpur slowly comes back to life