A quest for tradition

Local reality TV series tests your knowlegde on the difference between coconut milk and soya bean, keropok lekor and papadum, among other things.

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Party animals

SOME restaurants, cafés and pubs have always been pet-friendly, but Lilo Art Café, Blink Pets Bakery and Hop Hop Cafe, among others, have all upped the ante by allowing pets to roam freely around their eateries.

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United in song

Meet Universal Music’s first ever K-pop group, Boys Republic!

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Sweet trip

The three winners of the Sunsilk Sweet Trip contest – not to mention, our very own writer – flew to Seoul, South Korea to hang out with popular K-pop boy band MBLAQ.

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Etiquette rules

YOUNG people these days might be way more knowledgeable than before, but one thing they still don’t know enough about, funnily enough, is basic etiquette, according to etiquette coach Hor Phooi Sin. “We often think of etiquette as common knowledge, but that’s not the case in the environment we are now being brought up in,” […]

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Need for speed

From a Marketing Degree student to making a racing debut at World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC) in Sydney in 2009, Alif Hamdan is not stopping anytime soon.

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Social revolution

IF you’re a media or journalism professional interested in figuring out just how social media is changing the news media industry, then the Journalism For Gen Y panel discussion is what you’re looking for. Hosted by R.AGE, the discussion will be held this Friday as part of the Poskod Journalism Campus, an event at the […]

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The wonder of a bra

FOR most of us girls in Malaysia, bras are a necessity. But in places like Laos, Nepal and Cambodia, they’re a luxury. Those were the words of Nicole Lee, 18, the official coordinator of Uplift Malaysia. The Uplift Project was originally founded by Australian Liz Baker in 2005 and since then, they have distributed over […]

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Sky’s the limit

PETE McLeod has always been the youngest pilot throughout his flying career. In fact, he was the youngest rookie pilot when he made his debut at the 2009 Red Bull Air Race World Championship. Now, the 30-year-old Canadian is still the youngest to race, though competing in the Master Class category this time around.   […]

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Arty articulations

IT’S never easy articulating personal problems, but the final year students of Diploma in Performing Arts at Sunway University have found a novel and artistic way of doing so. They’ve chosen to address serious issues like sexuality comfort, interracial relationships and the physical abuse of women in their upcoming production, Tic-Tac-Toe. Being in an industry that […]

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