Being blind should not be the end of the world. Meet Steven Looi Yuong Chiat, the first certified blind scuba diver in Malaysia.
Not having a degree does not make you a loser but lying about your qualifications could make you lose everything.
World number 5 tower runner Soh Wai Ching questions peer Honorary Major Dr Suwaibah Muhammad Nasir for wanting RM4 million to conquer 30 towers, saying the figure is “just too much”.
Perhilitan must be credited for helping monkey in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur that endured pain for months after a tin can with sharp edges was tied to its neck.
Our Washington DC-based columnist stresses the importance of reaching out through embassy events, maintaining a network and actively engaging Malaysians abroad.
Whilst reunion dinners are nothing but pandemonium and always a hotbed for great food, the main draw of such annual events is usually the company where you get to see long lost family members whom you would normally connect only via social media.
As much as Spring breathes new life to the world, it is the rebirth, renewal and regrowth of MCA, writes its party vice-president Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.
Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society surprised and shocked over the establishment of two new healthcare schemes, namely mySalam and PeKa B40 for the lower-income group in Malaysia.
Former wushu world champion Loh Jack Chang says he left the sport at the right time but feels sorry for national athletes who are in a quandary due to a lack of clarity from the powers-that-be.
Pahang ruler Al-Sultan Abdullah Shah appointed 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong by the Malay rulers at Istana Negara today, taking over from Sultan Muhammad V who abdicated on Jan 6.
Pahang Royal Council scheduled to meet tomorrow as Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah and son Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Abdullah will be bestowed with Tengku Ampuan Pahang and Tengku Mahkota titles respectively on Jan 29.
Malaysia’s refusal to grant Israeli para swimmers visas for a 2020 Paralympic qualifying event shows how sports diplomacy failed in its quest to uphold the ancient Greek tradition of truce.