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Food News

Young Master, Hong Kong's first craft beer, is now in Malaysia

Now available in Malaysia, Young Master Brewery is credited with kickstarting the current craft beer movement in Hong Kong.


Young 'Lion King' actors had Beyonce-size shoes to fill

The pressure was on for young actors Shahadi Wright Joseph and JD McCrary when they got word that they’d been cast as the voices of young Nala and young Simba in The Lion King.


Penang to raise maximum fine for illegal dumping

GEORGE TOWN: The state will rope in other agencies to look into ways to strengthen anti-dumping laws that include higher penalties against offenders.


Landowner of illegal dumpsite fined

BUKIT MERTAJAM: The landowner of the illegal dumpsite in Bukit Teh was fined RM2,000 after he pleaded guilty at a Magistrate’s Court here yesterday.


Fast cars, a mansion and cash from the sky: Who is HK’s Coin Young Master?

Cryptocurrency promoter is out on bail after arrest over outrageous stunts in city’s poorest district No charges pressed but police investigating matter and seeking legal advice


Money falls from sky onto busy Hong Kong street

People in Hong Kong witnessed the startling sight of banknotes floating down from above on Saturday afternoon (Dec 15).


Heart & Soul: Local heroine from Batu Pahat, Malaysia

The writer introduces us to this extraordinary lady – an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a tireless worker, a devoted mother and a ‘saint’ to the poor.


’Godfather’ of Hong Kong film dies

Hong Kong: Raymond Chow, the film producer credited with bringing kung fu legend Bruce Lee to the silver screen and widely regarded as the “godfather” of Hong Kong cinema, has died aged 91, reports said.

Metro News

Joy for disabled youths

DISABLED person Goh Hann Kheng was filled with euphoria at an early Chinese New Year celebration at the Taman Lip Sin Community Welfare Association in Penang.


Chinese tai chi master finds online lessons hard to deliver

Ye Yongxiang, a sixth-generation tai chi master, says the internet is a great way to promote Chinese art to the world