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KUALA LUMPUR: The new ruling to restrict the hiring of barbers from India will affect the iconic Indian barber shops, says Malaysian Indian Hair Dressing Salon Owners Association.
GEORGE TOWN: The tide of technology and a little out-of-the-box thinking has made the Mid-Autumn Festival lantern for children into something else.
Meridian plans to turn the historical city into shopping haven
TIRED of living next to an abandoned white elephant for the past four years, residents heaved a sigh of relief when it was reported that the SStwo Mall in Petaling Jaya had been bought over by the DK Group of Companies last year.
WHEN Larry Sloven heard last year that US tariffs threatened his China electronics business, he knew that setting up shop elsewhere would be a slog rather than an adventure.
ARTWORKS, some 70 of them, have added colour to Seremban lanes and alleys that were previously considered “unremarkable”, and are fast attracting their fair share of fans.
London: When Brexit first drove up the cost of importing ingredients like jasmine rice, curry paste and coconut milk from Thailand, London restaurant owner Saiphin Moore travelled to her native country to cut out the middlemen. By finding farmers and manufacturers to supply her directly, she cut costs by 15%, helping her 17-chain Rosa’s Thai Cafe weather the pound’s decline.
Ho Chi Minh City: Famous orchards in the south have improved their services and are now attracting many local and foreign visitors who want to sample local fresh food and commune with nature.
GEORGE TOWN: The Merdeka month is always a good time for the Teh brothers and S. Prem Murughan to reinforce the spirit of patriotism.
BIARRITZ, France (Reuters) - Come rain or shine, every morning of the year Biarritz's White Urchin swimmers' club take a one kilometre swim around the Bay of Biscay. But today as they crawl to their favourite spot, the wail of a police speedboat sends a clear message: stay away.