Let this Malaysia Day be a reminder for us to see how fortunate we are to call ourselves Malaysians despite our different backgrounds.
Amazon has made purchases so easy but it can cause you to run out of patience, writes our Washington-based columnist.
Digi Telecommunications’ Footbraille is the first of its kind solution to help the visually impaired experience the full euphoria of a football match.
Don’t believe everything that you read about race relations and Islam in the US, writes our Washington-based columnist.
” … it is our duty to cast away all racial differences and work together in unity … ” – Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj
Recent events of a racist nature are a distraction which must not prevent us from moving forward to build a Malaysian Malaysia.
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.
We need a more united Malaysia now following race-religious issues and khat debate. Many are concerned about khat being introduced to our children but fail to realise there are those who still don’t speak Bahasa Malaysia properly.
Irked over another purported development project allegedly fronting Bukit Kiara forest reserve, a concerned Taman Tun Dr Ismail resident wonders what is going on in his backyard that is already the subject of much controversy.
Take a little time out to ask people around you “Is everything okay?” and lend your ears. It could help that one person who could be having suicidal thoughts to just hold on.
Educating shuttlers on the evils of gambling and betting should be top priority and stern action must be taken if they are found guilty.
To some eating lizards and seahorses seem insane, to others something like thosai may prove to be a challenge.
Party leaders in Malaysia have so much power yet most decisions are made top-down. In America, it is definitely the opposite.