AirAsia, the world’s top low-cost airline for the 11th year running, is proud to be associated with Fight For Change 2019. It hopes event will inspire and motivate others to achieve excellence while taking care of the communities they serve.
Global Teacher Prize winner Peter Tabichi among inspiring line-up at FrogAsia’s Leaps of Knowledge Conference on Nov 23 in Kuala Lumpur.
Amnig boss Colin Cheang Yee Hong is happy to promote more MMA events, including Fight For Change 2019, as a busy calendar accompanied by a good business plan will help the sport grow.
In a world full of hate and destruction, Rajeev Peshawaria, CEO and executive director of The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre (ICLIF), is fighting the good fight – creating ethical leaders through ‘leadership energy’.
Friends pay tribute to Ramanan Durairaj – who lost battle with cancer last year – by creating awareness, raising funds for National Cancer Society of Malaysia and celebrating life.
Education Ministry has yet to call for fresh tenders to provide Internet connection for over 10,000 schools next year, despite pledge after terminating 1BestariNet and Frog VLE in July.
WISE AI picked up two medals at the prestigious ASEAN ICT Awards (AICTA) in Vientiane, a deserving recognition for Malaysian businesses and the startup community.
Kind souls bring Deepavali cheer for the less fortunate.
Johor Hockey Association submits nomination form for Malaysia Hockey Confederation elections, confirming Twentytwo13’s report on Oct 12.
Malaysians often take rivers for granted and need to be educated on their importance. In tandem with that, efforts are under way to clean Klang River to make it liveable and viable for recreation and tourism.
Meet five female triathletes who overcame adversities to compete in Ironman 70.3 Langkawi on Saturday.
Seasoned mixed martial artist Muhamad Fahim Noh is happy to be part of Fight For Change 2019 as he hopes to see more youths get into the sport while raising awareness about the role and plight of journalists in Malaysia.