The US Department of State continues to seek information on Malaysian James Kong over alleged cyber crimes and passport fraud which date back to 2006.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way as photographer-turned-entrepreneur Kamarul Akhir proves by selling serunding to make ends meet.
Day 70 of the Movement Control Order (MCO) offers up the classic When Harry Met Sally with Harry Connick Jr providing the soundtrack. Bliss!
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis receives a wonderful pair of shoes while enjoying some good local content but the bad news is that Malaysia records 172 new Covid-19 cases today.
All is right in the world if you have rendang tok and lemang. Stay safe this Hari Raya, folks.
Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis receives a Hari Raya gift while trying to make rendang tok and lemang.
Uplifting sports industry in Malaysia requires proactive support from ministries and government agencies to make Malaysia a healthy, sporty and productive nation.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed employers’ outlook as several are adopting the work from home culture permanently. Also working from home for the next 14 days is Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin who will self-quarantine despite testing negative for Covid-19 today.
With sports events disrupted due to Covid-19, Astro is offering rebates to its Sports Pack customers. It, meanwhile, plans to broadcast several major events, including the Euro and Olympics, next year.
Canadian Barry Dawe tells how he helped two men who fell within an hour of each other while hiking at Bukit Kiara (North Kiara) on Wednesday. Unfortunately, one of the victims died.
Malaysian news website Twentytwo13 has weathered numerous challenges over the past 24 months and will continue to provide people’s perspectives while breaking boundaries with original news content that matters.
There are some good people around like the folks at Petaling Jaya Old Town who have come out of Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO).
redONE Network group chief executive officer Farid Yunus says telecommunication companies in Malaysia would prefer to delay introduction of 5G technology.