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A new book pays tribute to the contributions of the Malaysian Sikh community to the nation
Komuniti Tukang Jahit offers job opportunities and skills training to women with basic sewing knowledge, allowing them to earn an income from home.
The first Ipoh Zine Fest will be held at the Home Of Silveryouth space in Ipoh on May 1. It will feature an exhibition, distro booths and a talk on fanzine culture.
The 87-year-old academician Wang Gungwu, one of the world’s foremost experts on the Chinese diaspora, released his memoir, ‘Home Is Not Here’, in August 2018.
They may be young but these under-30 candidates in Malaysia's 2018 General Election are full of energy, enthusiasm and eagerness to do their best for their constituents.
The Forest Stewardship Council is recognised as the best, but Malaysia wants to have its own Malaysian Timber Certification Scheme and that's been criticised by various quarters.
This young think tanker believes it's doers who change the world, not dreamers.
Families are torn apart by unilateral conversions, their hope? That the authorities resolve the issue quickly.
The only way to understand things is to convince yourself that it’s possible to study them objectively.
Despite having a rare blood disorder, ex-Dewan Negara president Tan Sri Chan Choong Tak says he's not bothered by it at all.