Once a revered hero, today Hang Tuah’s legacy is marred by controversy, writes Ninotaziz
IT has been a few weeks since many parts of the Klang Valley experienced large scale water rationing. As a result, the social media was abuzz with personal stories of hardships. Many complained about the inconvenience of changing their routines. Some even temporarily checked into hotels just to enjoy the luxury of water.
THE way a coach asks questions enables the client to look at things in new ways. Very soon the client begins to report that more options are “loosening up the system”. Suddenly it’s as though solutions and pathways begin to appear everywhere, enabling the client to feel like they can move again.
HOSPITALS conjure different thoughts and feelings in different people. To some, it is a house of hope and healing; to others it may be a place of trauma and loss.
Unlike his previous works, Dhavinder Singh has evolved and wants to showcase art for art’s sake in his debut solo exhibition, writes Samantha Joseph
What is the state of Malaysian contemporary art? Samantha Joseph gets an overview with Prudential Malaysian Eye
Beautiful host Jacqueline M. Wood travels the world in search of exotic locales for the ultimate revelries, writes Aref Omar
Ganesan Manoharan and Iris Perrine shine in Superstar Challenge 2014, writes Faisal Asyraf
LEADING up to the Boh Cameronian Arts Awards Gala Night on April 27, organiser Kakiseni has partnered MyTeksi to “drive” more people to the arts venues.
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