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    9 July 2019: Two schools emerged victorious at the second annual Tunku Abdullah Debate ChallengeThe second annual edition of the Tunku Abdullah Debate Challenge (TADC) was recently held at St. John’s International School (SJIS), where audiences witnessed the crowning of Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Convent Bukit Nanas (CBN) and ELC International…

    The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) recently immersed culinary students at Taylor’s University in Macanese cuisine as it arrived on campus ahead of its Taste of Macao food promotion which kicks off this weekend.Freshly flown in from Macao was Chef Laurence Tai, who together with Malaysian Chef Gary Chang demonstrated…

    The roles of Odette and Odile in the quintessential classic ballet Swan Lake are ones that every ballerina dreams of playing from the moment they put on their pointe shoes. To watch a prima ballerina dance those roles is something unique, and to watch one from one of the greatest…

    It’s been scientifically proven that chocolate causes the release of endorphins, the ‘happy’ hormone, and that a certain amino acid in the cacao-based food is connected to the production of serotonin – the neurotransmitter that regulates moods and acts as a natural anti-depressant.We’re lucky then that our capital is packed…

    8 July 2019: Leading Malaysian office furniture manufacturer unveils latest creations at ARCHIDEX 2019Malaysian-based international office furniture manufacturer Bristol Technologies recently wowed visitors at ARCHIDEX (International Architecture, Interior Design and Building Exhibition) with its latest range of forward thinking designs under the Work Better line.In its ARCHIDEX debut, the established…

    8 July 2019: The road to KL's next mega-scale contemporary art event is packed with events and exhibitionsOrganised by the National Visual Art Gallery (NVAG), the second KL Biennale will take place in 2020 and aims to be an integral part of Visit Malaysia Year 2020. In the lead up…

    In the spotlight this month is a major event on Kuala Lumpur’s performing arts calendar – the Damansara International Arts Festival 2019 (DIAF 2019), formerly known as the DPAC Arts Festival. What started out as a local performing arts festival soon grew into something much bigger as international acts from…

    If the saying ‘music is food for the soul’ has any truth behind it, then KL is a veritable feast for the psyche this month. There’s musical flavours to suit all tastes, be it at festivals, in concert venues and in some of the capital’s hottest clubs.From thumping techno and…

    While the Good Vibes Festival is headlining July’s music line-up, there’s a variety of other concerts that are set to draw in the crowds. Check out these three!Jam Hsiao It’s been four years since award-winning Taiwanese singer-cum-actor Jam Hsiao last played on Malaysian shores, and then it was as ‘Mr.…

    The Mines is getting into the spirit of Raya with an array of performances and promotions, some of which last all the to 16 June! Head to the Centre Court where you'll be able to catch Arabic Dancers, Raya performances and much more. Make sure not to also miss the…