Veteran tattoo artist Simon David says trends like dots, minimalist and geometry coupled with lack of regulations for newbies are killing the art.
Washing plates in pothole saga means banana leaf meals no longer finger-licking good.
Many young parents face a similar dilemma in finding the ‘perfect’ centre for their children.
Poor mothers not equipped with right information on how to breastfeed as prevalence of malnourished toddlers living in low-cost evident.
Operators of dirty eateries have betrayed trust of the people and they should be shut down permanently, say consumer groups.
KL mayor tells Twentytwo13 Bangsar outlet will be sealed until further notice.
Malaysian Cabinet to decide tomorrow on RTM airing World Cup, PH Youth chief suggests Premier League matches be aired by national broadcaster.
Ex-minister lists agencies requiring immediate revamps, reveals system loopholes and bad habits in letter to institutional reforms committee.
Movement highlights failures and ineffective decision-making processes of Kuala Lumpur City Hall, FT Ministry and Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan.
Many remain ignorant and don’t realise they are being viewed through a racial lens, says historian Prof Khoo Kay Khim
Graffiti decorated the walls as Merah Studio in Ampang, four floors above a mamak restaurant, hosted one of the biggest rock bands in the country – Def Gab C.
Poor public opinion and the lack of camaraderie among media personnel have contributed to the demise of respect for the profession.
Sugar tax can help combat high intake among children.