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The uncertainty caused by all this political upheaval is causing a 'wait and see' attitude among business people.
In order to establish a new lifestyle on a long-term basis, it helps to to set priorities. First change one habit, then change another.
For many travellers, a trip to Bhutan is not just a spiritual one, but a chance to rediscover the joys of a simple life.
The whole world is turning away from coal but not Malaysia. No, in Malaysia, we’re using more coal to fuel more power plants to generate more electricity ... that we don’t have a use for.
Could the answer to better public transport and fewer traffic jams (not to mention less pollution) lie in that old-fashioned thing called a bus? Yes, if they're electric buses and there are a lot of them.
Tun Razak Exchange project, Khazanah Nasional exodus, Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim quits Bank Negara, mismanagement of funds at Felda and Lembaga Tabung Haji, trade war between China and the US, and the fall of automotive visionary Carlos Ghosn.
Though ketchup is a signature American condiment, its origins lie elsewhere. In fact, the irony is that this ubiquitous condiment is anything but American in its origins or in those nationalities that love it the most.
We need to use electricity and water more responsibly.