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Forget synthetic meat, lab grown dairy is here

THE search for sustainable, healthy alternatives to meat currently has two paths: the meat-mimicking veggie burger and lab-grown proteins. But in the land of dairy, there’s only plant-based alternatives like cashew “butter” and almond milk.

One Man's Meat

Watching Malaysia’s House of Cards unfold

PEOPLE have asked me which television series best represents contemporary Malaysian politics.

So Aunty, So What?

My life as I never knew it

WHAT day is it? Oh yes, it’s Wednesday because my column comes out on that day. But I am writing this on Monday, which is what I usually do as part of my routine.

Business

Party mood wobbles in Saudi markets as a US$20b wave crests

DUBAI: Investors are starting to tune out the noise of the billions of dollars that flowed into Saudi bonds and stocks in the first half of the year after the kingdom’s upgrade to emerging-market status.

Heart Talk

Disturbing trend of the bad and ugly emerging in New Malaysia

The fight for political survival is overshadowing the dream of a truly multiracial new Malaysia.

On The Beat

Sense of inclusion needed

While the China-Hong Kong union still sits uncomfortably at times two decades on, the road ahead is slowly but surely being paved.

It's Just Politics

Changing Umno to keep it relevant

Party members and grassroots supporters want to see it become a credible check and balance to the Pakatan Harapan government.

Business Premium

Much to benefit from Malaysia-China ties

TIES between Malaysia and China are strong, as it has been through various economic ups and downs which goes back to almost 50 years when diplomatic ties between the two nations were first established. Bilateral trade between Malaysia and China had also hit the US$100bil mark.

It's Just Politics

A crack in Anwar and Azmin’s relationship

It seems that these two politicians, like most divorced Hollywood superpower couples, face irreconcilable differences.

Business

After the protests, what next?

THE old order is broken. No less than Russian President Putin has declared the Neoliberal order “obsolete”. We now have to think the unthinkable – every dream has turned into a nightmare – the land of the free no longer seems to welcome anyone, whilst the freest economy in the world is under siege by massive protests.