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Relish the sweet chapters with five Malaysian books to give you a Valentine’s Day buzz.
Our well-travelled columnist tries to uncover the secrets of a mysterious kingdom.
Tash Aw's latest novel, 'We, The Survivors', is a novel of considerable strengths, dealing with important issues that are as universal as they are local, with a strong protagonist in Ah Hock, the man who relates his life story and how he came to commit a murder.
Ezra Kong, along with songwriting partner and singer Hael Husaini, have become among the local music industry’s most sought after songsmiths.
On June 29, Kongsi KL plays host to Seni Tiga #05: Fabric, a collaborative performance project exploring the relationship between sound and development of the city.
Malaysia has one of the highest death rates among migrant workers but we just don't seem to care. What if the more than one million Malaysian workers overseas were treated in this way, wonders Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.
As a singer-songwriter and filmmaker by profession, how did Muar-born Namewee become such a controversial figure in Malaysia?
A film that revolves around the 14th General Election celebrates how Malaysians came together to make a change. But not all the stories leave a strong impression.
What is the main reason top airports like Incheon in South Korea and Changi in Singapore keep winning awards?