Volunteerism can be tiring and demanding at times, but at the end of the day, it makes you feel better for being able to help those in need.
Choson Exchange participant Michelle Yip cherishes recent trip to North Korea as the Malaysian believes there is so much talent and potential to be unlocked there.
All it takes for hell to break loose is a single spark, evident following riots at a Hindu temple in USJ 25. Politicians are to mostly blame for inciting hatred and provoking the people using what is their biggest weapon – race and religion.
Video of Edi Rejang berating beer promoter at Ampang hypermarket shows the scary and heartwarming sides of Malaysians.
As many of us spend long hours sitting, here are some rough guides to ensure your time spent on the chair sees minimal side effects.
What better way to please the critics than by having an all-smokers cafe – and you can make a killing (no pun intended)!
Coffee money for cops, local council officers and to ‘kautim’ driving licence … the list goes on. Fighting corruption and dishonesty starts with us.
Some youths complain about being burnt out after working for five or six years but the most troubling grouse is “not learning anything” – where no real progress seems to be made in terms of improving knowledge or skills, writes our columnist Hannah Kam.
Plans by government to gazette green lung should be made in consultation with stakeholders.
People who are grieving need emotional support, not impatience and insensitive remarks.
As cancer survivor Lee Chong Wei rightfully said, never give up and always stay positive.
Any decent and rational citizen can agree that nothing less than full consent is acceptable in sexual relations, irrespective of whether the man has put a ring on a woman’s finger.
Veteran actor T. Ghandi Natan has a special Deepavali message for Twentytwo13 readers.