Malaysia is leveraging on its genetic diversity, pool of expert healthcare professionals and extensive network of hospitals and clinics to get a slice of the US$51 billion global clinical trial industry pie.
How much does our age influence how we think, where and what we eat, or how we save and spend?
Cuisine and culture collide in Penang’s new walking tour for street food.
Ayuni Zainuddin is an accidental mumpreneur who had just wanted to make the experience of giving birth to her first child a little gentler.
This year’s 27th ASEAN Summit and Other Related Summits 2015, hosted by Malaysia as chair of ASEAN, marks the culmination of several initiatives aimed at bringing the concept of the ASEAN Community 2015…
What is Pudu? Who was Galloway? What does Semarak mean? The stories behind KL street names have been unearthed by two history enthusiasts, and written down in a recently-published book ‘Kuala Lumpur Street…
Lord Sebastian Newbold Coe expressed his delight at being one of the speakers at the inaugural Global Transformation Forum 2015 (GTF2015) and shares some insights.
The ASEAN Community 2015 came together in Kuala Lumpur over the weekend in a milestone event to further integrate economically, socio-culturally and from the security aspect.
For anybody who was alive during the 1980s, Carl Lewis is an instantly-recognisable name. He shares his road to success at the recent Global Transformation Forum.
For many decades people have been concerned about finding and using cleaner sources of energy. In the past people may have felt it their duty to bear the cost of protecting the planet…
Bulletproof coffee still gunning for public acceptance in Malaysia.
Huen Su San owns multiple businesses – and most of them are unrelated.
Clifford Tan may seem like a magician sometimes when he works on restoring damaged or old leather items. But he’s one magician who’s willing to share his secrets.
The ‘world’s greatest referee’, Pierluigi Collina, shares insights to being on the ball.
Over 120 years and ever since New Zealand became the first major country in the world to allow women the vote, there remains significant debate over how empowered women are in modern society.
Food and Malaysian culture are inextricably intertwined, and what better way to know Malaysia than through food?
Most of us would love to make a living doing what we love. Karen Siah, a certifiable fitness enthusiast, has done just that.
Elected chair of the ASOCIO ASEAN Economic Community Digital Taskforce, PIKOM, aims to drive collaboration and co-operation to overcome ICT challenges to support regional ICT integration.
From his humble beginnings as a policeman’s son in Austria, to great political heights in America, Arnold Schwarzenegger has transformed himself many times during his life.
The RM4.4 billion River of Life project aims to breathe new life into the Klang and Gombak rivers that helped shape Kuala Lumpur.