Fashion designer Alia Bastamam, rapper Joe Flizzow and chef Nik Michael Imran are united in their appreciation of all things Malaysian, writes Siti Syameen Md Khalili
A local researcher is embarking on a project to create a hand-held device to detect HIV, writes Kasmiah Mustapha
Want to sell stuff online? Maybe the new all-in-one solution can help you open shop, writes Rozana Sani
The famous gunslingers were more than just criminals. Actor Emile Hirsch provides Bibi Nurshuhada Ramli with some insight
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Forty children will vie to be the Ultimate Ben 10 Superfan in Malaysia’s first-ever live-action game show, writes Laveda Charles
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Two friends, one exhibition. One prefers the abstract while the other focuses on distinct figures and shapes. Their worlds converge in Gema Hati, writes Aneeta Sundararaj
“NOT surprising! What better to do than demonise you, for confronting them about their lack of capability and poor ethical practice,” Fiona, a regional regulatory officer said.
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Where: The Print Room, 49 Lorong 16/9E, Seksyen 16, Petaling Jaya. When: Until Dec 26, Sat-Sun, 2pm-7pm. Admission: Weekdays by appointment. Contact: 012-337 2903 The exhibition features images painstakingly captured after scouring wet markets, digging up childhood memories in storage, foraging kitchen cupboards and even street drains for inspiration. For many of the participating photographers, this will be their first time dabbling in this longstanding genre.