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Selling flowers as a child instilled the entrepreneurial spirit in Kenanga founder Tan Sri Tengku Noor Zakiah Tengku Ismail.
WHEN Malaysia and Singapore marched as one for the only time in Olympics history in 1964, Ronnie Theseira was beaming with pride in front of the cheering, 48,000-strong crowd at the Kasumigaoka National Stadium in Japan. Ronnie was 34 then, and a rookie at the Olympics.
Six diverse Malaysian-flavoured books focused around motherhood themes.
New book highlights Penang Peranakan life through theatre performances, cartoons, visual art, music and fashion.
If Queen Victoria Memorial could talk, it would tell you a story of how the Chinese in Penang defied the Imperial Japanese Army
HIS name is conspicuously absent from our school history books and he has never been accorded the recognition he truly deserves.
The Malaysian doctor fought a deadly plague in China which killed 60,000 people.
FROM VASANTHI RAMACHANDRAN , Kuala LumpurNote: The writer was mentored by Toh Puan Uma Sambanthan and kept a compilation of her conversations.
PETALING JAYA (ANN): Malaysian actress Lee Sinje turned 44 on Thursday (Jan 23), but she almost forgot about her birthday until she woke up in the morning and saw several wishes from friends.
SEOUL: Shin Kyuk-ho (pic), a wartime migrant to Japan who returned home to build a little-known chewing-gum maker into Lotte Group, South Korea’s biggest retailer, has died. He was 97.