Singaporean blogger and influencer Xiaxue’s rather highly discriminatory views about ‘morbidly obese people’ shows how certain individuals take pride in rudeness and deliberately seek to offend others without considering what the word ‘responsible’ really means.
Singapore People’s Party chairman Jose Raymond, in talking about elections in the republic, says opposition parties cannot assume a coalition will tip the scales like what happened in Malaysia.
Jihin “Shadow Cat” Radzuan is determined to make her way to the top despite being overtaken by Itsuki “Strong Heart Fighter” Hirata and Stamp Fairtex in the race to face ONE atomweight queen “Unstoppable” Angela Lee for the world title in 2020.
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is open to opportunities in this part of the world, including Malaysia, and may even consider setting up home here.
A recent trip back to Malaysia was an eye-opener for Jennifer Lee as Malaysians were using e-wallets and tapping their Wave credit cards while Americans still prefer chip credit cards and signing receipts.
Japan Softball vice-president Yutaka Miyake says national associations in Southeast Asia need to work together to help grow the sport as athletes in the region have potential to shine.
Entering its 10th edition, The Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK) Premier 7s rugby tournament garners interest of over 20 sponsors as tournament is set to be Champions League of schools rugby in the region.
Discover Muay Thai helps troubled teenagers in Kuala Lumpur find themselves and gives them a second lease to life through martial arts.
One wonders if any steps have been taken to improve health services for prisoners in Malaysia following Human Rights Commission of Malaysia’s survey highlighting issues in Malaysian prisons in 2017.
Food should unite, not divide, us as there are more similarities in many dishes then you realise.
The spread of the novel coronavirus has bred another virus… fake news which is going viral faster than the virus itself with the Internet phenomenon.
Life in Ampang is a nightmare for residents who have to battle daily traffic woes, constant water cuts and poorly planned development.
In a bid to cultivate more coaches, Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association (MASMMAA) will organise courses, including world’s first youth MMA certification course, in Kuala Lumpur and Sarawak.