Malaysian Tay Hock Seng helps unite 20-year-old Indonesian Natasha Febriani and her Taiwanese father Chen Wen Yu whom she has never met. AirAsia is sponsoring flight tickets to Taiwan for Natasha, her mother Wong Mei Tju and Tay.
Senior consultant pediatrician Datuk Dr Amar Singh HSS says present practice and system in Malaysia is depriving young sexual victims of justice.
National Press Club of Malaysia president Datuk Ahirudin Attan says the club shares the Fight For Change 2019 message to try almost anything to champion welfare of media practitioners in Malaysia.
Social worker Seetha Rajalingam is organising a fundraiser to make it a joyous Deepavali for children from Siddharthan Children’s Home. Come join the fun and help make a difference.
Electoral Reform Committee chairman Tan Sri Rashid Abdul Rahman shares his insights with Twentytwo13 about the transparency of political funding, effectiveness of first-past-the-post system and his love for farming.
Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson confident of beating Danny ‘The King’ Kingad to become inaugural ONE Flyweight World Grand Prix Championship winner.
AirAsia Group Bhd executive chairman Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, Regent of Pahang Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Al-Sultan Abdullah and former international K. Maheswari among those vying for posts in Malaysian Hockey Confederation elections next month.
Do you have a creative project that has been looming in your psyche that you want to bring to life? Make some time for it, you’ll feel great once it’s realised.
Angela ‘Unstoppable’ Lee ready to maintain undefeated streak in ONE’s Atomweight division when she defends her belt against ‘The Panda’ Xiong Jing Nan.
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Agilan ‘The Alligator’ Thani aims to continue his winning streak when he faces Yushin ‘Thunder’ Okami at ONE: Century on Sunday.
There is a dire need to allocate more funds to protect the environment so that Malaysian youths will live in better surroundings.
No solution in sight for controversial commercial development in Jalan Maarof, Bangsar, after land ‘robbed’ from the people.