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Nation

Wildlife conservation through art

KOTA KINABALU: The Pillars of Sabah art project is back for its second edition and aims to educate the public about the importance of wildlife conservation.

Nation

'Pillars of Sabah' returns with focus on wildlife conservation

KOTA KINABALU: The "Pillars of Sabah" art project is back for a second edition and it aims to educate the public on the importance of wildlife conservation.

Asia & Oceania

Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi recycles smartphones for new HK installation

Red Hong Yi's latest installation is made up of approximately 2000 pieces of recycled smartphone glass backs and will debut at H Queen's of Hong Kong on Dec 11.

Nation

Art, as a pillar of the nation

SABAHAN Red Hong Yi, who is internationally known for creating art using unconventional everyday materials, is back in her hometown to highlight the importance of Malaysia Day through a project called “Pillars of Sabah”.

Markets

Harrowing week for equities, KLCI closes down nearly 20pts on Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Global equities markets had a harrowing week from the fallout on Wall Street and Bursa Malaysia also saw investor sentiment battered while the ringgit lost ground.

Markets

KLCI bounces back as CIMB, Public Bank advance

KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips bounced back on Wednesday on fund buying of banks and Genting stocks but the FBM KLCI was unable to close above the key 1,750 level.

Markets

Fresh corporate news fail to spark excitement on Bursa

KUALA LUMPUR: Several smallish corporate news failed to provide the much needed catalysts for the sluggish Bursa Malaysia on Tuesday amid a mixed broader market.

Business

Foreign funds turn net sellers, KLCI ends in the red

KUALA LUMPUR: Selling of Maybank, Axiata and Petronas Chemicals pushed the FBM KLCI into the red at the close of trade on Thursday, tracking the volatile key Asian markets while the ringgit continued to lose ground against the strengthening ringgit.