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THREE Japanese students said the damage caused by the floods in the east coast was comparable to a tsunami.
EVENT planner Y. Rajasingham, who makes and decorates kavadi during his free time, made his first kavadi when he was just 15.
BORN and raised on the Spanish island of Ibiza in the Mediterranean, brothers Christian and Alan Anadon, better known to the club world as the Mambo Brothers, have had an upbringing that could well be the envy of many a DJ.
MEGAH MURNI are keen to make their presence felt in the FAM Cup this season.
QING Ming is changing with the times and adapting to the needs of urbanites in the Klang Valley. Whatever innovations the living enjoy are also being shared with those in the other world during Qing Ming, when the Chinese pay homage to their departed relatives.
KOTA KINABALU: International guitarist Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal made the day for some 20 ill children when he paid a surprise visit to the Likas Women and Children Hospital here.
CHINESE calligraphy works by former Gerakan politician Datuk Dr Kang Chin Seng proved to be popular as 23 of the 28 pieces on display were snapped up within hours of the opening.
LEARNING sign language in nine months is no easy task. However, Dr Eddie Chan, 43, who was one of the 4,902 volunteers on stage to deliver Tzu Chi Foundation’s “Dharma as Water” sutra adaptation performance, rose to the challenge and completed it.
Fashion retailer Giin Yong had her start in flea markets where four days of trading earned her more than a month of work. She quit her day job and has not looked back since, writes ZIEMAN.
HARDCORE biker women, working mothers and queens of the night had an indoor riot of fun to mark the fifth anniversary of WEVents, an organiser of women-only networking events to empower female professionals.