In celebrating a bountiful rice harvest, the Kadazandusuns are unwavering in their ties to their rich heritage. Evangeline Majawat observes as they prepare for the Harvest Festival
The Magavau ceremony is the most important part of the Harvest Festival, writes Siti Nurbaiyah Nadzmi and Avila Geraldine
IKMAL Hisham Arman Shah was a worried little boy when I drove him to Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur recently for the first part of a two-day cooking programme.
MEDIA PRIMA’S ntv7 has once again caught global attention in the broadcasting industry. The channel’s 2013 Chinese New Year telemovie production - Lucky Bowl Parts 1 & 2 - has been selected for inclusion in the 19th Shanghai TV Festival, a prestigious international television festival held annually to promote the development of the global TV industry.
From nerd to superhero, a new ntv7 series touches on feel good themes, writes Loong Wai Ting
Cooking lunch for mum on Mother’s Day recently took on a whole new meaning for 17 children, writes Tan Bee Hong
Ten dance crews will battle it out in Showdown 2013 Junior
Hot Mizz Nina gave fans a compact and entertaining showcase, complete with a star-studded guest lineup, writes Dennis Chua
CHILDREN today are a very lucky lot. Given that many parents today are relatively wealthy, toys, electronic gadgets, clothes, accessories and other material things are showered upon them. So why are some parents still finding it hard to persuade their kids to share their possessions?
WONDERING how to keep the children occupied this school holiday? Swing over to GSC to catch the latest animation movie Epic with its exciting on-ground games and performances.
AS China’s new premier trots the globe, or at least India, it is an opportune moment to look at the other cultural phenomena that the Middle Kingdom has unleashed upon the world.
THERE’S tangible evidence of self-worth in women. You see it in the way we hold our posture, the way we “own” our space. Notice how we engage, it simply draws you into our purpose. We know that what we’re saying will add value and contribute to solutions.
NTV7’s Listen To The World has local celebrities visiting various parts of the world to listen to the “forgotten voice”, experience local customs, and simultaneously spread love and care to the people who have longed for it.
IF there was anything I learnt in the last two decades or so that I have been a caregiver is that sometimes we just can’t fix what is wrong.