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    Art exhibitions are slowly making a comeback albeit in innovative ways. We’ve missed them and the much-needed escapism they provide so seeing them slowly spring back after months of nothing is a sight for sore eyes.With many galleries still closed for viewings and artists having to adapt to the new…

    Life as we know it has changed drastically since the pandemic hit and one of the aspects we miss the most is catching our favourite bands and musicians perform live on stage. Unfortunately, while the current Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is in place and possibly for the foreseeable future,…

    We are not given the green light just yet to forgo social distancing and freely throng certain public spaces in Kuala Lumpur, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still keep the city in the forefront of your mind.In that vein, put your knowledge of KL's landmarks and notable buildings to the…

    Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin recently issued a statement saying that travelling back to hometowns to celebrate Hari Raya this year will not be possible as crossing state borders is strictly prohibited while the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) is in effect. Although many are saddened by this ruling,…

    Staying safe from COVID-19 means we have to adapt to the 'new normal', which isn't so much a buzzword as it is a way of life for the time being. Social distancing should be practised for the sake of hopefully expediting the passing of the virus. With that in mind,…

    Get ready to cook with a Masterchef from the comfort of your own home! Zoom En Cuisine is the latest undertaking from culinary star Chef Nathalie Arbefeuille, and with the tagline ‘You Book - We deliver - You Cook’, it couldn’t be any easier. You’re in for a treat if…

    The Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease (CITIID) at the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre (JCBC) is leading global efforts in the fight against COVID-19. Located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, all resources at CITIID, including some 150 scientists and clinicians, are focused entirely on researching the pandemic and…

    Ramadhan has seen unprecedented changes in Malaysia this year with COVID-19 posing a danger to public health. In the interest of public safety, the traditional Ramadhan bazaar is not a sight seen this year For every year until last, vibrant Ramadhan bazaars and buka puasa or iftar (breaking of the day-long fast) feasts all…

    Let’s face it – with the current pandemic and the ongoing Conditional Movement Control Order here in Malaysia, we’re all living in a reality that can get overwhelming at times – especially if you’ve got kids at home. Keeping them entertained (and ourselves sane) has become quite the challenge.Don’t despair…

    As ‘new norm’ standards set in around the world, artists everywhere are challenging themselves to create fresh forms of art that can be viewed in novel ways. Forgoing the traditional and embracing change can be a daunting prospect, the creatures of habit that we are, but for Malaysian artist Nicholas…