The business of doing good

Young female social entrepreneurs share why Malaysia is one of the best places in the world to grow their careers.

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Malaysian-made mobile horror game bags multiple awards

Local mobile game Sara Is Missing is making waves with its unique design and thrilling writing.

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Marriage, Divorce, Malaysia

Why divorce is on the rise in Malaysia

Divorce rates in Malaysia are almost double they were in 2004. So, what’s changed about marriage?

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Meeting Taylor Swift

SO last week I met this 24-year-old girl whose gigs over the past year have brought in something like US$140mil (RM451mil). Not too shabby for someone who was once told her singing career would be dead overnight after a few bum notes at the Grammys. Her name is Taylor Alison Swift, and I have to […]

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Bijak Pandai: KLIA2

Rarely has there ever been this much drama over the opening of an airport terminal. The spanking new KLIA2, dubbed the world’s largest purpose-built terminal dedicated to low cost carriers (yup, that’s quite the distinction), is set to open this Friday, replacing its more homely predecessor, the LCCT. Here’s what you need to know. What’s […]

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Making an impact

By SHARMILA NAIR MAKING a change in a community or a nation will not happen overnight. It takes a lot of time and hard work, and even the President of the United States Barack Obama learned that lesson the hard way. He was 24, and a newbie from Columbia University in New York City […]

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Model behaviour

Stories by JC LAM EVER since she was a five-year-old growing up in Kajang, Selangor, Sheena Liam’s mother had always believed she would someday be a model. And last Wednesday, Liam, 22, proved a mother’s always right by bagging the top prize in the season finale of reality modelling competition Asia’s Next Top Model […]

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Walking the talk

By LIM MAY LEE WHEN was the last time you volunteered for a cause outside of school activities? YouTube stars like Kina Grannis and David Choi, as well as activists Andy Ridley, Scott Hammell and Rob Dyer were in Malaysia last week for the Reach Out Convention and Celebration concert at Taylor’s University Lakeside […]

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Malaysia’s got talent

By CHRISTINE CHEAH JOHAN Mahmood Merican, the CEO of TalentCorp Malaysia, is a geek. While he was giving R.AGE a tour of his office last week, he just couldn’t resist showing off all the Star Wars, Star Trek and Lord Of The Rings posters hung around the place – many of which he bought […]

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Road less travelled

By JAYDEE LOK IF you were to ask Bank Negara financial analyst Marisha Naz, 25, where the best pad thai in the world is, she would tell you to look for a roadside shack in Lat Krabang, Thailand and it would be cooked by an eight-year-old boy. “I was really sceptical at first, but […]

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