Efforts by Malaysian Tay Hock Seng and his Taiwanese friend Grayson Cheng to unite Indonesian-Taiwanese family ends in emotional heartwarming get-together.
Malaysian Tay Hock Seng helps unite 20-year-old Indonesian Natasha Febriani and her Taiwanese father Chen Wen Yu whom she has never met. AirAsia is sponsoring flight tickets to Taiwan for Natasha, her mother Wong Mei Tju and Tay.
Kuala Lumpur City Hall has finally called for a meeting with Bangsar residents over controversial commercial development on land meant to be open space.
273 infringements were recorded in the gazetted Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020, including a commercial development on 0.2 hectare in Jalan Maarof, Bangsar as stakeholders’ case against authorities set for judicial review today.
While the global bubble tea craze is at an all-time high, the survival of the industry in the longer term would depend on how much big brands are willing to invest to introduce healthier options.
Tourism Ministry’s proposal to build a 21-storey building at Malaysian Tourism Centre (MaTic) in Kuala Lumpur for 35 MaTic staff raises questions as present RM13 million administrative building was built just eight years ago.
True to his principles but sometimes misunderstood, national historian Tan Sri Dr Khoo Kay Kim, will be etched in history as one who believed in a greater united Malaysia.
Uniform laws needed to govern killing of animals that continues despite having policies in place following shooting of monkey and dog in Perak recently.
Muay Thai trainer Shareh Nasrullah Shareh Roselin gets liquor bottle slammed in face while trying to stop four people from attacking a grasscutter at Tasik Tambahan recreation park in Ampang.
Unhappy KL residents up in arms over poor handling of urgent matters despite change in government.
Kuala Lumpur residents want Federal Territories Minister and mayor to get independent advice and act in the interest of the people following landmark Court of Appeal decision on development projects.
Court of Appeal’s landmark ruling on controversial housing project in Taman Tiara Titiwangsa set to change the way public objections are heard and how projects are approved in Kuala Lumpur.
MCA has missed the starting gun; it does not need someone to tell them when to run.