Tipping isn’t customary in Malaysia, but in some restaurants, a rather questionable service charge sure seems to be. Editor Chad Merchant takes a closer look at this practice and wonders just who’s really getting served.
Malaysia has managed to make impressive progress with its very ambitious and far-reaching Government and Economic Transformation Programmes, and this has certainly contributed to the country’s strong economic growth in recent years.
Having been in his post as the Head of Primary at Garden International School Kuala Lumpur for six months now, Colter Watt sat down with TEG’s Marybeth Ramey to discuss his own perceptions and evolving theories on many issues.
Here are 10 tips for a comfortable day at the beach.
Another rainy evening in the city ensured a late start to our latest Expat Mingle, but once a couple of dozen minglers made their way to Novi Jazz in Damansara Perdana, the evening got going with some of the best food we’ve seen in awhile.
Vatsala Devi meets Samuel Dass, a gifted Malaysian sitarist whose life story is a personal affirmation of music’s enduring strength.
Here are some popular reasons why expatriates are investing in Malaysian property.
Here are five different festivals in Malaysia that will capture your imagination.
To accurately gauge the measure of any company, you need only talk to its leaders. Editor Chad Merchant sat down with Mr BK Gan, the president of Taylor’s Schools, to talk about values, education, and management, along with the most important things parents should look for when choosing an international school.
Which is the tallest building in Asia? Is it in your country? How about Malaysia’s iconic Petronas Twin Towers?