Yearstarter 2019


Yearstarter2019: Lifestyle Diseases To Dig In

They've been on the rise for the past 10 to 20 years, and they show no signs of slowing down in the year 2019, or anytime in the near future.

Yearstarter2019: Education For A Better Future For Children

Batu Kawan MP Kasthuri Patto is passionate about defending children's rights and upholding the welfare of women in Malaysia.

Yearstarter2019: 6 New Destinations For 2019

In 2019, head away from the crowds to some lesser-known, off-the-beaten-track cities and countries in six different continents.

Yearstarter2019: Preserving Wealth Of Culture Among Sarawak's Dayak

Tuyang Initiative's mission is to provide sustainable economic opportunities for the preservation of the Dayak cultural heritage.

Yearstarter2019: Game For More Sport

Super League champ JDT sets a new benchmark for football clubs. eSport makes its presence felt. Ng Eain Yow wows as a squash star in the making.

Yearstarter2019: MCA Youth Chief Out To Rebrand The Party

MCA Youth chief Nicole Wong Siaw Ting hopes to revitalise the 69-year-old political party, to reach out to young Malaysians and engage them in the issues facing the country.

Yearstarter2019: 6 New Paths To Explore This Year

Every traveller's objective is a good holiday, and following the latest travel fads might reveal experiences we might otherwise overlook. Whether you're after a family vacation or a solo escapade, these are the domestic trends to look for in 2019.

Yearstarter2019: Malaysian Eateries Leading The Sustainability Effort

There's a trend of Malaysian restaurants making the effort to grow their own produce in their gardens, or sourcing locally-made produce to minimise their costs and carbon footprint. Here are four restaurants leading that charge.

Yearstarter2019: KL Hosts Epic 'Formosa' Dance Theatre From Taiwan

'Formosa', a dance theatre tribute to the homeland of legendary Taiwanese choreographer Lin Hwai-min, will open at Kuala Lumpur's Istana Budaya in March 2019.

Yearstarter2019: Empowering Sabah's Indigenous Communities

For two decades, farmer-turned-activist Adrian Banie Lasimbang has worked to empower rural indigenous communities in Sabah. In 2019, the 41-year-old Penampang native aims to find even more sustainable methods to improve their livelihoods.