Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK) president Kribanandan Gurusamy Naidu pays tribute to those who played an instrumental role in the partial gazettement of Bukit Kiara Federal Park.
Andrea Wong, 13, who had a chance to reflect and learn more about herself during the lockdown last March, shares her original tale ‘The Blanket’ which is published in Lives Under Lockdown: A Young Writer’s Anthology.
Without proper eating spots at workplaces, those working outdoors throughout the Movement Control Order are finding it tough to tuck in.
Lately, people have been acting like they have lost their marbles. Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin got it right when he said the Movement Control Order can affect people’s mental state.
The man behind Elvis Cha Peelo, Gurdip Singh, talks to Twentytwo13 about his videos of humour and love that have made their rounds as far as Canada.
Tammy Chan recommends three podcasts to help bring you to the next level in 2021.
While this Movement Control Order is slightly relaxed than last year’s edition, one would have thought the authorities would be more prepared with the rules. Yet, confusion still reigns.
Liverpool-born Steve Darby is happy Manchester United resisted calls by keyboard warriors to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the Norwegian has turned things around after a poor start.
You feel sad because you had a bad year? Feel it. Don’t let anyone tell you things like “but you had it better than some people, you should be grateful”, writes sports psychologist Bryan Win.
Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim urges MPs to send memos to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, appealing that the King ends state of emergency and for Parliament to convene before Jan 31. Meanwhile, Lembah Pantai MP suggests moratorium for loans as economic turmoil continues.
Sepang International Circuit boss Azhan Shafriman Hanif says cost-cutting measures have been implemented and hopes an SIC sports bubble will boost its coffers post-Movement Control Order.
Rather than talking about what went wrong or the ‘what-ifs’, it is time for us to look forward to how we can rebuild Malaysia, a better Malaysia for all of us.
Sports-related working group discussions at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) will enable sports officials to share challenges and best practices so that we can all learn from the experiences and expertise of one another.