- It'll be once in four years but sweeter
- KUALA LUMPUR: The brides who signed their marriage certificates at Thean Hou Temple here yesterday were not worried that they would only have their anniversaries once every four years. For 30-year-old Sheen Lock, a company executive, it means that ...
- Celebrating batik art
- Datuk Chua Thean Teng (1912-2008), regarded as the Father of Malaysian batik, is a name to light up any batik exhibition. His Satay Seller (batik, 1970) is part of Ilham Gallery's exhibition Love Me In My Batik: Modern Batik Art From Malaysia And Beyond.
- DIBS to make comeback?
- PETALING JAYA: The Real Estate and Housing Developers Association (Rehda) is in discussion with the Government to bring back the developers interest bearing scheme (DIBS) in a certain form for first-time house buyers of a certain price, Datuk Soam ...
- Man jailed 7 months for punching and kicking another man, causing serious injuries
- Wong, Chiang and Gan then assaulted Thean for about a minute, while Tay prevented an unknown man from stopping the attack. The assault was captured on closed-circuit television. The four friends then walked away, leaving Thean on the ground.
- From restoring heritage homes, hotelier to promote George Town cultures next
- A total 12 people, including talents like batik artist the late Datuk Chuah Thean Teng and Thai Menora dancer Noo Wan@Wan Dee Aroonratana, have been named as the living heritage treasures of Penang between 2004 and 2015. Since then, however, four ...
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