The Iban in Batang Ai share the merriments of Gawai, or harvest, celebrations with Siti Nurbaiyah Nadzmi
There are many advantages to be gained when dads read with their children, writes Intan Maizura Ahmad Kamal
THERE are substantial things that make a man, among them, wit, eloquence and good manners. Then think George W Bush or Prince Charles and one concludes that it takes more than money and power to produce greatness.
There are a lot of things that fathers do that are worth doffing our hats to, writes Dharm Navaratnam
A film that focuses on life in Chow Kit has garnered three nominations at Asia Image Apollo Awards in Singapore
THE two-week school holiday is finally over. Now is the time to go back to the routine of fetching our kids to and from schools. But the school holiday was a welcome break. Many parents took the opportunity to go on vacations, visit their hometowns and yes, attend lots of weddings.
For the linchpin of our lives, immortal in our eyes, a compendium of fathers in paintings, in no particular order. Sarah NH Vogeler writes Breaking Home Ties (1954) Norman Rockwell
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BE spellbound by the splendour of classical music at The Towering Ninth, a concert by the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO) highlighting Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.
Today is Fathers Day and I recall the significant impact that three fathers – my late father, late father-in-law and husband, the father of my children — have made in my life.