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Malaysian book lovers list down some of their essential reads to check out.
Johnny Lowis has focused on accumulating stamps that feature the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac since 1990. In his collection are sets of stamps for the Year of the Pig, the Goat, the Cockerel and the Monkey, to name a few.
In Indonesia, the town of Surabaya’s go-green efforts include bus travel that passengers ‘pay’ for in used plastic water bottles or cups. It has proven so popular that extra services are planned.
Singapore is building successful green towns and helping the elderly population live at home safely and comfortably.
Sarawak scholar Prof Michael Leigh, who has been living and working in that state since 1962 gives readers the inside story of how Malaysia became Malaysia.
The 87-year-old academician Wang Gungwu, one of the world’s foremost experts on the Chinese diaspora, released his memoir, ‘Home Is Not Here’, in August 2018.
Fergana Art gathers a group of thinkers in an exhibit tackling the issues of here and now.
Golden Screen Cinemas' new campaign, Autistic People Are Not Broken, starts with a fundraising screening of 'The Wayang Kids', about a boy dealing with his needs through Chinese opera.
Love or hate her, people want to read what columnist Sumiko Tan has to say.