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A random act of kindness in the unlikely setting of Yangon makes for a cherished memory.
THEY say that you shouldn’t mix politics and sports, but in this column today, I have to, and I want to.
Award-winning cookbook author Mohana Gill’s new book shows how beautiful blooms can add colour, flavour and nutritional value to everyday meals.
Malaysia's AFF Cup campaign kicks off today and it doesn't look promising. But here's hoping they manage to at least qualify for the semi-finals.
I recall a former colleague once expressing his love for watching movies in the cinema alone. At the time, as an outgoing person, I could not understand the idea. Today, however, if there were a movie that begged my attention, I would have no qualms doing the same.
The Gaffer thinks that the current crop of national players can’t emulate the efforts of the 2010 championship winning team.
Certain fans had written off Perak’s chances in the Super League but after watching them play against ATM, we’re confident this young side will give other teams a run for their money.
In the digital age, writing by hand is becoming a lost art.
Pearling or genital beading is a form of body modification.
An unconventional career has led an unconventional man to pursue an unconventional degree.