Sculptor Oliviero Rainaldi Extraordinary Work for Maserati to Exhibit at Galeri Petronas
KUALA LUMPUR - The extraordinary Neptune in the Wind sculpture which was commissioned for the Maserati’s 100th Anniversary will be the highlight of the exhibition.
Malaysia Supermodel Search 2015 is back for Season 5
KUALA LUMPUR - Over a hundred young aspiring models took part in the live audition session to chase their dream of becoming the next Malaysia Supermodel 2015.
Registration for The Spartan Race Kuala Lumpur is Now Open
KUALA LUMPUR - Reebok Spartan Race, the world’s leading obstacle racing series is now back with the registration for the Spartan Race Kuala Lumpur Sprint on Saturday, 10 October 2015 is now open.
Archidex Annual Trade Show Marks its 16 Anniversary
KUALA LUMPUR - ARCHIDEX 15 was back attracting architects, interior designers and developers from over 60 countries from 12 to 15 August at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Women Hurt More from Breakups but Men Take Longer to Forget Their Ex
KUALA LUMPUR - Researchers at Binghamton University believe that women are hit the hardest emotionally from a breakup but accept and come to terms with it much quicker compared to men.
Video Advocacy Program Helps Migrants in Malaysia Share Their Stories
KUALA LUMPUR - In 2013, EngageMedia in collaboration with Citizen Journalists Malaysia (CJMY) worked to highlight the stories of some 150,000 ethnic minorities who flee to seek refuge in Malaysia due to prolonged conflict and persecution in Myanmar.
Black Sunday 2.0: Sabah Demands More Autonomy at Rally
KOTA KINABALU - People from various Sabah NGO's joined the Black Sunday 2.0 gathering on 9th August to demand that Sabah be treated as an equal partner of the Federation of Malaysia instead of just another state.
Miss West Malaysia Kebaya 2015 Auditions Begins with a Bang
KUALA LUMPUR - The brain child behind the inaugural Miss West Malaysia Kebaya, Jackson Tan said only 15 girls will be selected through the audition process and will advance to boot camp training before the grand finals on Sept 18.
Taylor’s College’s to raise RM65,000 for charity from “Jog For Hope”
SUBANG JAYA - Last year, Jog For Hope recorded 2,200 participants and raised RM57,000 to benefit the Stepping Stones Living Centre, a home for underprivileged children and senior citizens.
New Ipad Game Aims to Help Improve Schizophrenia Patients Memory
KUALA LUMPUR - The app was tested with 22 players diagnosed with schizophrenia for over four weeks. The players who were later tested with memory and brain functioning tests made significantly fewer errors.
Southeast Asian Filmmakers and Video Activist gather at Camp Chindwin
KUALA LUMPUR - EngageMedia's Camp Chindwin, the first Southeast Asia Video Camp brought together video activists and filmmakers from across the Southeast Asian region to Yangon, Myanmar recently.
Olympics Quality Training Ground for Malaysian Ski Talents
KUALA LUMPUR - Genting Resort Secret Garden, home to the Genting Snow Park located in Beijing, China, has forged a partnership with Ski Malaysia, the ski and snowboard association of Malaysia.
Gatco Settlers Stage Sit In Protest After Denied Access to Bukit Aman
KUALA LUMPUR - The Gatco land issue which started in 1977 has seen the land title changed hands many times and in 2004, Thamarai Holdings bought the agricultural land for RM16 million.
Houses and kindergarten razed in Kampung Sim Sim fire
SANDAKAN - Four wooden houses and a kindergarten were razed by fire yesterday afternoon at Jambatan 20, Kampung Buli Sim Sim. There was no casualty reported and the cause of the fire are still under investigation.
Indonesian worker jailed for causing injury to Orang utan
SANDAKAN - Sandakan court sentenced and Indonesian estate worker to a 12 months jail for causing injury to a male Orang utan at Gedau, Long Manis, Beluran on July 13, 2015.
40 year old Joanne Lye crowned Mrs Malaysia Globe 2015
SUBANG JAYA - Lye, chosen from 16 contestants will travel to Shenzhen, China to represent Malaysia to compete for the prestigious Mrs Globe 2016 title at the world finals on Dec 6 this year.
Migrants rights, corrupt police and sexual harassment explored at screening
PENANG - The Malaysian audience found much they could relate to in both films, as police corruption and the abuse of authority are issues locals have to deal with on a constant basis as well.
18-year old Taylor’s College student awes judges with breathtaking ballet routine
KUALA LUMPUR - The talent segment of the Miss Wilayah Tourism 2015 pageant was held to a packed crowd at Scott Garden, Kuala Lumpur on July 13, 2015.
CJMY wishes Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a meaningful Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Maaf Zahir Batin. If you are driving back, please drive carefully and think of the loved ones. Have a safe journey.
Malaysian government released 252 Nepali workers from detention
KUALA LUMPUR - The workers were initially jailed for various immigration offences and upon release had to languish at detention centres as they could not afford air tickets to return to Nepal.