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Of halal ‘lor bak‘ and a mother‘s love

A SPONTANEOUS trip to Malacca could possibly be the best decision Khairul Arifin M. Ajib has ever made.


Traders want MPK to gazette ‘Little India’ name

THE Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Indian Chamber of Commerce (KLSICC) Klang Chapter has called for Klang councillors to move a motion to maintain Little India’s name and make it official.


Malacca's old city charm in a new exhibition

This project features older cultural aspects of the city which may be lost forever.


Chance to see the light

EXCLUSIVE: PETALING JAYA: J.Y. Loh could not contain his excitement at being a new father in 1991 when his daughter Alethea was born in Penang.


Children most at risk from uncovered manholes and drains

PETALING JAYA: Uncovered manholes and drains are virtual death traps in the streets of most Malaysian towns and cities. And they pose greater peril when submerged under floodwaters.


Time to make merry Malaysia’s largest beer mug all set to tour the country

SOMETHING big was brewing at Guinness Anchor Bhd (GAB) recently, and it was not just the vast amount of beverages.


Jonker Walk traders optimistic after CM's response

MALACCA: Hope is rising among Jonker Walk traders after a positive response from the Chief Minister over the future of the street market since a 13-month stalemate began.


His finger of steel

A Johor kung fu master has earned fame and set world records for a feat using his index finger.


Brewery kicks off nationwide Oktoberfest celebrations

GUINNESS Anchor Bhd (GAB) will be bringing the Oktoberfest celebration to beer lovers through 14 themed parties at popular watering holes nationwide.


There’s money in history

DESPITE the bustle of tourism and the commotion of vendors selling their trinkets and souvenirs, visitors are unlikely to miss the beautiful embellishments on the pre-war buildings along the length of Jonker Street, Malacca.