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Proud UKM alumni Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai, now Group Advisor of Star Media Group Berhad, reflects on how his time in university shaped his character and career.
As the ice melts away in the polar regions of the world, many of us are more concerned about the cubes melting in our cold drinks instead.
The Sultan of Johor pays a fond tribute to some prehistoric fun courtesy of a classic cartoon.
It happens much to our annoyance, because somehow, a hearty meal often equates to high cholesterol. Enter those hairy little critters from the deep.
Once we’ve seen something twice, we’re likely to move on. But that doesn’t make second time around any less exciting.
Watching a fiction-based horror movie through your fingers is one thing, but walking through the halls of a museum steeped in the macabre is something entirely different.Watching a fiction-based horror movie through your fingers is one thing, but walking through the halls of a museum steeped in the macabre is something entirely different.
While the world twirls in its technological orbit, somewhere closer to home, an alien-like marine creature, the giant manta ray, cruises the ocean oblivious to the trappings of modern day.
The prize of columnist Wong Chun Wai's journey to Kalimantan’s best-kept secret? The chance to swim in the Sulawesi Sea with whale sharks.
Last month, our columnist Wong Chun Wai travelled to the Serengeti in northern Tanzania to watch stampedes of wildebeest, or more precisely, the largest mammal migration in the world.