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STREET art brought vibrancy to Penang’s streets. Now, it is doing the same for one area of Pulau Pangkor in Perak.
When it comes to his art, Kenji Chai is not afraid of going all out to catch attention. His colourful graffiti are a well-known sight in Kuala Lumpur. He has now bagged a collaboration with an independent watchmaker.
Trainspotters have taken to social media to build a tighter community and creatively showcase their work while pushing the hobby forward.
GEORGE TOWN: Try holding the same pose for half an hour. Or just 15 minutes.
Malls in Klang Valley bring festive cheer with golden bull, pinwheels and calligraphy
Sunway City Iskandar Puteri in Johor an award-winning development for green initiatives
AS a master community developer, Sunway started its first project in township development over 40 years ago. Sunway City Kuala Lumpur was transformed from a mining wasteland into a thriving township of 200,000 and is now globally known as one of the best tourism destinations as well as a value-generating hub for the nation.
PETALING JAYA: A 75-year-old educationist is now a proud record holder in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) for the most number of gold medals in Masters Athletics Competitions.
ENVIRONMENTAL sustainability is an important agenda in the development of community and country.