Premium kek lapis Sarawak is expensive, but those who have tasted it are willing to buy it as they know the quality, writes Graig Nunis.
DIRI, launched on Nov 16 in Kuala Lumpur, combines education and entertainment in a unique blend, poised to redefine traditional education and corporate training.
Erik ten Hag was seen as the saviour for Manchester United when he joined the Red Devils last year. In his first season, the Dutchman won the League Cup and got the club back into the Champions League, but some fans are not happy with him this season, even though United has won four of its last five matches and has a crippling injury list.
The Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) has taken the Sports Commissioner, Suhardi Alias, to task for having purportedly threatened to deregister the umbrella body during a meeting with eSports bodies on Nov 14.
Universiti Malaya academician Professor Dr Mohammad Tariqur Rahman writes about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that goes back centuries, and that the killing or murdering of innocent men, women, and children, cannot be used as justification to capture the ‘Promised Land’.
The Malaysia Electronic Sports Governance Association has written to the Youth and Sports Minister over a disappointing session with the Sports Commissioner that also saw talks to deregister the Olympic Council of Malaysia being made.
Bodybuilding may not be as popular as football, badminton, or hockey, but it continues to deliver podium finishes on the world stage, says athlete R. Kumareswarren, who won his first medal for Malaysia in South Korea, recently.
Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah, expresses anger at the gross violation of human rights in Gaza, and urges global leaders to demand a ceasefire, during a forum in Istanbul, Turkiye, today, in support of the Palestinians.
Oon Zheng Yeow, a Fine Arts student at Equator College, captured the essence of the beloved culinary tradition of making ‘kuih kapit’ on canvas. His painting won the top prize in the watercolour category at the recent Usaha Tegas Heritage Art Competition.
Malaysia has a string of capable individuals who have made a name for themselves in the sporting world. The progressive thinkers are capable of formulating and implementing major sports transformations to usher in a new era of sporting excellence, writes sports consultant Nur Jasni Mohamed.
Denys Mykhailiuk, Charge d’affaires at the Ukraine Embassy, praises Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for speaking out against the Russian invasion at the recent UN General Assembly. He now hopes Malaysia will follow the footsteps of 70 other nations in reopening its embassy in Kyiv.
A united Malay population will be good for a stable, united, and harmonious Malaysia, while most Chinese politicians will prefer to keep mum, not wanting to jeopardise their political interests, writes former MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.
It is important for the world to take into account the welfare of children who will survive the war in Gaza by providing immediate relief, psychological support, education, and protection, writes forensic odontologist specialist, Dr Rabi’ah Al-Adawiyah Rahmat.