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Passion can encourage a person to go beyond expectations and the Petaling Jaya-born designer behind Variante is living proof of this. Read on to find out more.
Thai restaurants have traditionally taken a backseat to local options here in Kuala Lumpur. But there is one establishment that has always been associated with stellar cuisine from our northern neighbours.
Scientists and politicians speaking about climate change is one thing but the power to persuade is particularly strong with imagery.
Being posted to Kuala Lumpur as the High Commissioner of Canada has been a homecoming of sorts for Her Excellency, Judith St. George.
Hopping to different countries every couple of years is fun, but also can be hard on the entire family, especially for your children. Here are 7 tips from an expat mom to help your kids adjust.
Blogger and travel enthusiast Eileen Fong lists down 10 beautiful islands in Malaysia you should visit.
Here are some tips on how to choose your child's paediatrician.
Some of the most stunning homes in Malaysia are owned and occupied by expats seeking to create an oasis for themselves in their country. Sarah Rees takes you on a tour of an expat's stylish home at Mont Kiara.
There is a glut of Asian antiques in stores around Kuala Lumpur but a dearth of authentic, old artifacts on sale out there. Most of these stores offer only new reproductions of Asian antiques and not the actual relics themselves. The collection at Scent of the Orient, located in Damansara Perdana, is an exception to this phenomenon as it features old, genuine pieces of furniture and works of art from China.
Over the last century, Tibet has attracted adventurers and those seeking spirituality. With her husband and three children, Michele Chan-Thomson set off to learn first-hand about this remote area and its people.
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