Working out as a family has made Alfred Cheong, his wife Christine Loh and their two children – Joanne and Samuel – closer and they will take it to a new level by competing in the Ironman 70.3 Langkawi next month.
Agilan ‘The Alligator’ Thani says Twentytwo13’s Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23 will help the public understand and appreciate mixed martial arts (MMA) better.
Former international Noraseela Khalid and national hurdler Rayzam Shah Wan Sofian hope technical officials pay close attention to events following boo-boo at recent Tuaran Open Track and Field Championship.
Recent forum regarding the media industry drew a motley crowd with the question ‘Who is killing Malaysian media?’ left unanswered.
A new mobile phone application that promises delicious food at affordable prices has been launched by Human Life Advancement Foundation.
Former international and Mokhtar Dahari Academy director Lim Teong Kim hopes to see more Malaysians ply their trade beyond the nation’s shores to build their confidence and character.
The school closure affecting over a million students sees parents scrambling to find a place to keep their children occupied while at work as it is high time businesses allowed parents to work from home.
Malaysian riders using borrowed horses finish fifth out of 34 countries at FEI Junior and Young Riders Endurance World Championships in Italy yesterday.
WISE AI agrees with Malaysia’s Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo that talent, trust and ethics are needed to help artificial intelligence (AI) be accepted by everyone.
273 infringements were recorded in the gazetted Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020, including a commercial development on 0.2 hectare in Jalan Maarof, Bangsar as stakeholders’ case against authorities set for judicial review today.
Join Twentytwo13 and our partners – Malaysia Mixed Martial Arts Association and National Press Club of Malaysia – in Fight For Change 2019 on Nov 23, 2019 as we endeavour to change the way people, especially the young, view mixed martial arts, and fight to protect the welfare of journalists in Malaysia.
Let this Malaysia Day be a reminder for us to see how fortunate we are to call ourselves Malaysians despite our different backgrounds.
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