Badminton Asia COO Kenny Goh questions world body over failed proposal to change scoring system, says BWF research did not include main stakeholders.
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.
Affiliate says there appears to be a serious breach of good corporate governance and violation of Table Tennis Association of Malaysia’s constitution by granting RM8 million loans to developers.
Migrating is challenging but despite the risks, opportunities are aplenty.
Have a Sports Minister with a handful of officers but allow Olympic Council of Malaysia and National Sports Council to run the show.
Sugar tax can help combat high intake among children.
Senior paediatrician says more can be done to help poor children living in the nation’s capital to feel safe.
A society that operates from a place of love is a happier society
The wife and I recently moved to Australia. It was a difficult decision to make, seeing how we had practically lived our entire lives in Malaysia. But a decision was made nonetheless, after a series of long, honest discourse.
Tan Sri Dr M. Mahadevan: The biggest depression in the world is when a man loses in politics. It’s even worse than going through a divorce or losing a loved one.
Residents’ associations across the city have been holding town halls and dialogue sessions in recent days, hoping to gain support in their quest for justice.