More than just a reprieve from the tropical heat, old hill stations are still charming and quaint, writes Anwardi Jamil
With their shared passion for music, Cheryl Lee and Wu Jiahui have come out with an album, The Impressoul 01, writes Loong Wai Ting
LAST Thursday, my Year Three son, Adam, was excited about going to school. He’d been telling us about a small play that he would be performing that day. It was his school’s Teacher’s Day celebration and he said he wanted to make the teachers happy.
OUR conference is a few days away! I am calling coaches, inviting them to participate by helping the organising committee promote the event and to show support for our Chapter.
Bold and beguiling, sculptor Michel Anthony’s arresting expression of movement of the human form, entrances Sarah NH Vogeler
HBO brings six Hollywood hits to the TV screen, writes Hizreen Kamal
GUITARS, guitarists and guitar music in all genres have been an indulgent mainstay in my musical life. I wish I could play like the virtuosos I’m reviewing this fortnight, but this absolutist fantasy I harbour will most likely be one of those lifelong yearnings that stay as a yearning.
Children suffer from low self-esteem too. Parents should watch out for signs and take action quickly, writes Intan Maizura Ahmad Kamal
YEARS ago, when the doctors told us that mum could go home a few weeks after she had recovered from her coma, we were elated. She had been hospitalised for months and we missed her.
Finding fame in Suatu Malam Kubur Berasap, Nurul Ain Nordin has graduated from actress to director, producer and screenwriter, writes Dennis Chua.