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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?
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.
IN A move to commemorate the achievements of its forefathers, Perak Chinese Mining Association will fund part of the teaching hospital in Kampar to be set up by Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).
The Selangor government and historians are urged to catalogue and preserve significant sites and artefacts in Hulu Langat, including Selangor's oldest mines, unique Hakka houses and more.
THE 33rd National Chinese Festival brought more visitors to the already bustling Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur.
HAKKA associations in Malaysia have grown from a few community-based bodies to a strong 79 affiliations nationwide under the Federation of Hakka Associations Malaysia.
Major roads around Kuala Lumpur will be closed to traffic in stages on Saturday for Wesak day
BY RETRACING the footsteps of several memorable figures, a talk on the “Founding of Kuala Lumpur” acquainted a new generation of youths with the city’s exciting past through three unique perspectives.
THE Moving Mountains: A Pictorial History trilogy of the Chinese in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur is a project dating back more than 20 years.
MALACCA: Descendants of Chong Piang, who served under Kapitan Yap Ah Loy converged at the historic city for their eight annual Lunar New Year reunion event.