In just 50 years, South Korea has gone from a poor country with little hope for modernization to an economic, political, and cultural phenomenon. In this book, author Daniel Tudor explores its fascinating story and reveals a deep understanding of Korean society.
Electro-pop icons, The Pet Shop Boys are coming to Malaysia for the first time this September for a live performance of their latest album, Electric.
Pack your bags for Te Waipounamu – New Zealand’s incredible South Island – a superlative confluence of adventure tourism, outstanding food and wine, spectacular scenery... and lots and lots of sheep.
Don’t read this on an empty stomach, as you’ll be regaled with the wonders of travelling through South Australia’s pleasant countryside, enjoying the best of the vine and all the delectable foods associated with the pleasures of wine tastings.
Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was reportedly shot down. Investigations are underway to confirm if this is true.
If you don’t know much about Ramadan, it can be difficult to know how to act. Here are a few pointers to get you going.
R&B singer John Legend will be making his way to Malaysia for a concert this September.
For the expat on a foreign posting, the experience can seem oddly familiar at times. As Jackie Wilson realised, life as an expat can be an awful lot like life as a university student.
Magician David Blaine will magically appear (well, sort of) in Malaysia on the 5th of September for a show at Stadium Negara.
A Dutch cyclist for the Terengganu cycling team escaped death twice. He was supposed to fly on first MH370 and then MH17, but changed his traveling plans at the last minute.
Two cars and a lorry burst into flames after colliding at the Sunway toll booth on Kesas Highway. No casualties were reported.
In an interview aired on BernamaTV on Monday, the Russian Ambassador to Malaysia expressed her condolences to the families of the MH17 crash victims and spoke out about speculation surrounding Russia’s involvement with the crash.
The Prime Minister has spoken to Alexander Borodai, the person in charged or leader of the region where MH17 crashed, and both have agreed upon a few terms.
Malaysia is demanding immediate and unrestricted access to the crash site of MH17, as well as guaranteed safety for its officials and those of the joint international investigation team.

Why Not Kitchen + Bar
Bukit Bintang

Thurs, 14th August 2014


La Creperie de Caroline
Jalan Telawi

Thurs, 24th July 2014

wine dinner