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Malaysian History syllabus needs revamp

From DR RANJIT SINGH MALHI, Kuala Lumpur.

Terms to determine the founder of KL

From DR RANJIT SINGH MALHI of Kuala Lumpur.

Putting history into perspective

A letter from DR PUSHPA AL BAKRI DEVADASON, National Institute of Public Administration (Intan).

Creating places for people to hang out

A TERM that is increasingly being used in urban planning, architecture and property development circles these days is “placemaking” but what exactly does it mean?

Towards a brighter downtown KL

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Think City will continue to collaborate on projects in an effort to turn downtown Kuala Lumpur into a creative and cultural district.

Celebrating confluence of cultures

THE word “confluence” means “a coming together of people or things”.

Keeping the colours of heritage alive

HISTORICAL buildings and lanes in Kuala Lumpur will be restored and beautified with 2,500 litres of Jotashield Antifade Colours from Jotun.

Mega clean-up for Kuala Lumpur

THINK City, in collaboration with non-governmental organisation RCOMM Lestari, the Federal Territories Ministry and local government agencies participated in the Gotong Royong Mega Kuala Lumpur event in conjunction with World Clean-up Day 2018.

Come celebrate Hari Malaysia at Kampung Tunku tomorrow

KAMPUNG Tunku in Petaling Jaya is celebrating Malaysia Day on Sunday, Sept 23, and everyone is invited to drop in and join in the festivity by browsing the photos and videos on exhibition and enjoying the food sale put up by the underprivileged women of the area.

Adding light to darkness: DBKL to reclaim side lanes and alleys

ABOUT 50% of public spaces in Kuala Lumpur are not developed and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) plans to make use of these pockets of spaces and turn them into vibrant spots for the public to hang out.