Larry ‘Joseph’ Wong’s body is broken from the inside out, yet his spirit is indestructible. After surviving cancer three times, heart, and lung failures, cracked bones and a loss of vision, he is now a motivational speaker and volunteer counsellor with the National Cancer Society Malaysia.
The presence of a leading global video game commerce company, Xsolla, in Kuala Lumpur is seen as an endorsement of Malaysia’s role in the gaming sphere.
It was a memorable 522km weekend ride for eye surgeon Dr M. Narendran who spent time with a dear friend, served the community, empowered several children, attended to an accident victim, and being there in time for his family.
Students from Fugee School showcase their artistic side through art exhibition and share their dreams after finding new life in Malaysia.
Singer-songwriter Russell Curtis’ annual Christmas charity show returned earlier this month after being disrupted by Covid-19. He looks forward to 2023 with optimism.
A group of young writers aged between 12-14 worked hard to produce stories on family secrets, friends concealing things from each other, conformity, and breaking all the rules, in the book ‘Secret & Lies’ that was launched last week.
The Starhill’s focus is to offer a holistic experience that goes beyond retail and dining, providing a space where patrons can escape the hustle and bustle of the city, says YTL Land and Development Bhd vice-president, Joseph Yeoh.
Turning 30 is no easy feat. But public relations agency Rantau Golin did it. And now they hope to evolve and continue to make a difference for another 30 years.
From visiting a dump site to collect, clean, and then read newspapers, to sitting in one of the highest government offices in the country, former director-general of the Maritime Institute of Malaysia, Dr Pola Singh, shares his love for his family and how he clawed his way out of poverty in his autobiography: Uphill – The Journey of a Sikh-Chinese Kampung Boy.
The two years of movement restrictions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has dulled some of the travel experiences gleaned from the many air miles accrued over the years, writes Haris Hussain.