Armed with his camera, Indonesian photographer Rusdi Sanad shares here a glimpse into the lives of those who call Jogja home.
Pahang isn’t just the peninsula’s largest state, it’s among its most diverse, too.
Frances Wilks sampled some of the cookery lessons on offer in Penang and learns how to cut lemongrass, pound galangal, and turn rice blue.
An expat’s excursion to Jogjakarta, the inimitable charms of one of Indonesia’s most enjoyable cities.
When Tony Cope arrived single in Malaysia he faced an interesting question… what is there for men to do in Penang?
Ever wondered how far people will go to look beautiful?
Malcolm Hanney faced some unexpected challenges when he made a new life for himself in Malaysia.
Farquhar Mansion was the setting for the recent Expat Penang/IWA Mingle.
Some Malaysians were asking for the repeal of the country’s Sedition Act, which has come under a lot of criticism from some quarters which felt that it was being used to silence legitimate criticism of the current government.
Sarawak has been the subject of repeated negative stories in the international media, mostly about the level of corruption that exists there, especially when it comes to logging and the destruction of the rainforests.