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Residents of Kuala Lumpur's Taman Tun Dr Ismail have made over 3,000 face shields for frontliners, all in one week.
Are great stories in contemporary Malaysian art really that important? For 25 young artists, yes, they are.
Many things happened in Malaysian writing: many new books were launched and published, literary events were celebrated, and Malaysian writers made a stir both locally and overseas.
Leow Puay Tin's work-in-progress play takes a look at how people cope with the trials of ageing.
Malaysian galleries and artists facing up to hard reality that they lack digital savvy in these trying times.
In addition to giving back to society, this family renews their love and respect for each other during the MCO.
Five Arts Centre is sharing its Kotak studio in KL as a free space for creative communities to use until Dec 31.
Since hair salons resumed operations after movement control order restrictions were lifted, hairstylists have some hair-raising tales to tell about do-it-yourself disasters.
In this pandemic era, the local fashion industry has found that it has to reach out to customers in new and more creative ways.
This woman confides in Thelma that she is worried about her future as she is beset by physical and mental challenges.