Selangor FA claims to be Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) rival but in reality the Klang Valley outfit is a far cry from its nickname the Red Giants, writes Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
The Sabah election brings to the fore the good, the bad and the ugly. It is a stage where actors of various emotional and materialistic dispositions strut around to regale the audience (electorate) with tales that portray the illusion of reality, writes Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Sometimes we should leave things to be sorted out by the concerned parties instead of adding to their troubles by voicing out on social media. We are not all that innocent too, says Purwaiz Alam.
Sarawak is known as the land of unity where the locals live in a multiracial and multireligious society harmoniously. Twentytwo13 contributor Rita Jong is glad none of what is transpiring across the South China Sea is affecting Sarawakians.
Malaysia Day is an opportunity for Malaysia to show the world that even a pandemic will not stop us from rising up again to create a prosperous and sustainable economy for all and stay united as one nation.
Being a rather small market compared to China and Indonesia, there are clearly plenty of benefits in liberalising our football competitions and opening them up to Singapore clubs, writes Twentytwo13 contributor Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
Finding the right preschool can be one of the biggest challenges one will face as a parent, discovers Twentytwo13 managing editor Pearl Lee.
Purwaiz Alam is not interested in having Jason Momoa’s physique. All he wants is to lose some kilos and burn off that stubborn flab. He says the trick lies in counting calories. He has done well so far but the struggle is far from over.
Twentytwo13 managing editor Pearl Lee, who has been having banana leaf rice meals almost every weekend for several months now, wonders if her son’s craving for the South Indian meal is just a phase or whether it will be his staple diet for eternity.
With Covid-19 showing no signs of going away, perhaps rediscovering our cooking skills (even at the work place) is not such a bad idea.
A series of events unfolding in the country has placed Malaysia in a state of turmoil with so many conundrums in the management of its affairs.
The bigger the brand, the bigger the risk of failure, writes Twentywo13 contributor Muhammad Yunus Zakariah. He says marketing can reduce those risks and it matters as much as the team – perhaps even more.