Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
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Malaysian photograher John Cheong's work is based on the notion that a simple smile can make all the difference In an age of discontentment, when everyone seems to have something to complain about, one person has chosen to highlight the good that he sees in life Singapore-based Malaysian portrait photographer John Cheong is holding a month-long ... (more)
The hidden costs, and the controversy, of the massive US global spying operation keep on growing.
Taiwan's legislator Tsai Cheng-yuan has praised rescuers of kidnap victim Chang An Wei, saying that this is the "fastest release of a victim in Philippines in recent years".
PETALING JAYA: Contracting the fatal form of dengue fever in 1991 while pregnant with her second child caused teacher Norhana Mohamed Hani to realise the importance of maintaining clean surroundings.
PETALING JAYA: While the thought of contracting H1N1 may cause alarm, figures show that a deadlier killer is on the rise dengue.
PETALING JAYA: A student's car bearing a sticker of PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat has cost its owner an extra fine on top of a ticket for illegal parking.
PETALING JAYA: A Taiwanese tourist who was kidnapped from Pom Pom island off Sabah on Nov 15 has been rescued by Philippines security forces, said IGP Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.
PETALING JAYA: It has been three years since a Malaysian was accepted into Harvard University.
The Dolby Atmos system enables sound to come even from above, thus creating an immersive cinematic environment.
PETALING JAYA: A girl, clad only in bra and panties, and an Indian national believed to be her lover, were found dead with multiple stab wounds at an apartment unit in Damansara Damai, near here.
PETALING JAYA: A video of a smartphone that was allegedly hacked to mimic a Touch 'n Go card here has been circulating on Facebook earlier this week.
Malaysia's former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad is a wise man so when he gives advice, we should not take it lightly.
In a clear signal to show displeasure following allegations of spying by foreign countries in Indonesia and Malaysia - Jakarta, backed strongly by Kuala Lumpur - will propose at the Asean summit in April for the grouping to reject espionage activities.
Desperate households: An Indonesian maid at work. Recruitment agencies in Malaysia and Indonesia have now been given the task of resolving the maid supply problem rather than the governments of both countries.