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For the past three years, I have adopted a frugal lifestyle, trying to use as few resources as possible to get by.
Harimau Muda coach Ong Kim Swee may have won the SEA games and Merdeka Tournament, but he still sees room for improvement in the development of young talent.
The Merdeka Tournament used to see the participation of top-notch teams … but not anymore.
A random act of kindness in the unlikely setting of Yangon makes for a cherished memory.
In the digital age, writing by hand is becoming a lost art.
Illegal wildlife trade in Malaysia may be rampant, but we should work to plug gaps in enforcement rather than concede defeat.
The 1990s were undoubtedly the golden years of Malaysian athletics. While we may have had bigger stars in past years – Rabuan Pit in the 1980s and M Jegathesan in the 1960s – the combination of talent in the 1990s has, in ONG KIAN MING's opinion, never been replicated.
For some, the word “investment” usually brings to mind the purchase of a car or property. To some others though, travel is an investment that offers something just as significant as financial security.
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.
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.