Malaysia’s Ministry of Tourism and Culture, with support from PEMANDU, is expecting the spa industry to help make tourism the fifth largest income earner for the country by the year 2020. This means getting tourists to indulge themselves in our local spas and enjoying the best treatments that Malaysia has to offer.
Does telecommuting increase productivity or would it present opportunities for employees to go MIA (missing-in-action)? Let’s explore the pros and cons and try to seek out a middle road.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch works as a “companion” to its smartphone, allowing users to check emails, receive texts, ¬listen to music and take ¬pictures (photo credit: Samsung) By Paul Taylor in New York, Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco and Song Jung-a in Seoul Samsung Electronics has become the first global mobile computing company to launch … Read moreSamsung hopes smartwatch’s time has come
The use of machinery in padi farming in Sarawak is not new but there had been a number of failed attempts in the past due to lack of technological know-how among farmers (photo credit: Carolyn Hong). By Carolyn Hong Many have tried and failed to turn padi farming into a viable commercial venture but a … Read moreModernising padi farming for better yields
According to the United Nations, two-thirds of the poorest in Malaysia in 2009 lived in the countryside. Much effort has been put in by the government to r
Melbourne is well-known for its many cosy sidewalk cafés and good food. Muslim visitors to Melbourne can also find a large concentration of halal establishments throughout the city. For the third year running, Melbourne has emerged as the best city in the world to live in, according to the latest Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global … Read moreMelbourne continues to be world’s most liveable city