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How to get free plants and gardening gear (and make friends, too).
A country is usually rated by wealth, population and other easily measurable factors. But what about more intangible things, like how it is perceived by people?
WHAT day is it? Oh yes, it’s Wednesday because my column comes out on that day. But I am writing this on Monday, which is what I usually do as part of my routine.
OVER the years, you may have picked up a variety of investments with your hard-earned money. Like any courtship in the beginning stages of romance, or the thrill of your first home purchase, you spent a lot of time and attention deciding what and which investments to buy. You may even put in effort to monitor the investment at the initial stages.
AS we move deeper into the 21st century, a new generation has emerged today to take over. It’s Generation Z, which includes persons born between 1995 and 2002 – also termed iGen by US psychologist Jean Marie Twenge, author of the bestselling: “iGen: Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy – and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood – and What That Means for the Rest of Us.”
Goodwill is setting its sights on a formidable rival for a charity thrift store: Amazon.
Self-help guru Marie Kondo, celebrity Chrissy Teigen, environmentalist Yasmin Rasyid and politician Alexandra Ocasio are transformed into the meals that best represent them.
There is definitely something about the Record Store Day buzz that makes April stand out as one of the busiest times for record buying, visiting music shops and going out for independent music events in the Klang Valley.
Is the shifting political landscape in Malaysia and strange bedfellows political strategies, a temporary sickness or a long-lasting shift?