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Kuala Lumpur's iconic Sek Yuen restaurant is 70 years old, but the Malaysian eatery has continued to subtly adapt with the times while maintaining its traditional roots.
Mazuin Zin believes that leaders should help their colleagues become the best versions of themselves. The managing director of marketing and communications company Edelman was recently recognised for championing women at work.
We salute those who upped their game to make 2018 a lot more memorable, and we pay tribute to those who left us a little sadder than before.
There is a constant battle between industries that produce items that increase our risk for non-communicable diseases, and public health advocates.
Student welfare at Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) is strengthened by the contributions of its generous alumni to its zakat fund.
Columnist Chris Chan discusses a curious response that is crucial in the dietary habits of people – if humans did not have this response, it would be impossible for many people to enjoy many foods.
Malaysian mothers married to foreign spouses want equal rights as fathers to confer citizenship to their children born abroad.
People are eager to wipe the slate clean and start over. But Contradictheory columnist Dzof Azmi advises some caution: There’s much work to be done.
Victims of sexual harassment in Japan are reluctant to speak out for fear of being blamed, but heated debate have followed the resignation of a top bureaucrat over accusations.