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WHEN you ask a Malaysian what they usually have for breakfast, chances are they would reply: “A cup of Milo with nasi lemak.”
The columnist examines cross-species diseases like coronavirus can occur because of new human consumption habits.
Columnist Chris Chan looks at what gladiators used to eat and how well people are able to adapt to a plant-based diet.
OFTEN times, what goes on in a child’s day is much more than we think. This is why it’s important for us to give them the support they need to take on daily challenges, especially when they are at school.
A MAJOR event in the fisheries industry is set to take place in Busan, South Korea this Nov 6 to 8.
BEACH Blanket Babylon – the only beach bar in George Town, Penang – is a great place for those wanting to kick back and chill out.
The Norwegian Seafood Gala Dinner once again showcased an assortment of seafood from Norway at the event held at Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur.
It has been almost two months since my last column. It has been a busy time as I was preoccupied with my party's preparations for the 14th General Election (GE14).
As expected, Parliament will be dissolved imminently, thus paving the way for the 14th General Election.
Baby Cat has seen the glories of medieval cathedrals, castles and churches of Europe but not once has she ever set foot upon a beach. We have travelled with her since she was a baby, and realised that all we really wanted was to continue building up a treasure chest of happy childhood memories of our precious little one.