January 1, 2019What does retirement mean to you? If you’re thinking rocking chairs, knitting needles and gardening tools, you’re way off. Seniors in their 60s, 70s, 80s and even 90s are ditching stereotypes on what the golden years should be like.
January 1, 2019Malaysian restaurants are 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.
January 1, 2019Following latest travel fads could reveal experiences we might otherwise overlook. Whether you’re after a family vacation or a solo escapade, here are the domestic trends to look for in 2019.
January 1, 2019For 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 livelihood.
January 1, 2019Malaysian production houses seem to be moving in the right direction. 'Captain Marvel' is set to be one of Disney's biggest hits of 2019. Will the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' be the biggest event in TV history?
January 1, 2019Artisanal food and beverage producers, Annisa Iwan from Milky Whey and Ong-Ning Geng from Chocolate Concierge, prove that Malaysian-made cheese and chocolate can be better than the imported version.
December 30, 2018Women drivers in Saudi Arabia, Thai boys trapped in a cave, Washington Post journalist gets killed, MasterChef UK judges don't know rendang, Donald Trump meets Kim Jong-un, Brexit and more!
December 30, 2018Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik, actor Henry Golding, actor Lawrence Wong, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, and Japanese Princess Ayako Moriya.
December 30, 2018Fashion trends come and go, and so do the designers that engender them. 2018 was a game of musical chairs for some prominent fashion houses, as designers made the unexpected switch from one label to another.
December 30, 20182018 will go down in history as the year Malaysians reset the nation’s course. On May 9, we took a leap of faith and embraced change for the first time by voting in Opposition pact Pakatan Harapan to serve as the government.