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The World Animal Groove Festival, organised by the Sarawak Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, has Kuchingites walking and rocking for a good cause.
Machiko Nakayama explains the simplicity behind the art of flower arrangement and neoclassical ikebana – the use of local flowers in the centuries old Japanese art.
Freelance photographer Ivan Lim documents Penang from dawn till dusk and captures the natural – and rarely seen – beauty of his home state.
It might be hard times for many companies, but US company National Instruments looks to be having a growth spurt.
With its one millionth medical device produced in its Penang facility, St Jude Medical is here to stay.
USM’s Sustainable Tourism Research Cluster and Centre for Archaeological Research is tasked to promote Lenggong Valley in Perak as a rich cultural and historical tourism destination, but progress is not as fast as it likes.
Is the Asean Economic Community (AEC) as good as it sounds?
Marco Ferrarese speaks to Paul Malone, who has documented the Penan plight in his book, The Peaceful People.
With the expiration of the US quantitative easing in October, Malaysia needs to find ways to improve its fiscal situation.
Achieving a balanced budget is not impossible – just ask the Germans.
Beginning January 1, a new policy will come in place to ease the rakyat's burden. But how much will the 50% rebate on stamp duty help first-time house buyers?
Budget 2015 has allocated RM23.3bil, or 8.5% of the total budget, to health, a marked increase from RM16.8bil (7.2%) in the previous year, but is this enough?
Without proper civic consciousness, we cannot truly be proud of our cities.
Youth Today, an online events platform, has over 20,000 subscribers. It reveals the way the world is moving for the youths of tomorrow.
With the recent reunion of staff and students of the Kuala Lumpur College of Art, which closed down in 2002, Ooi Kok Chuen examines the realities of art education in Malaysia.
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