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While the wearing of face masks when out in public areas in Malaysia has been mandatory since 1 August 2020, there has been a bit of confusion about the ruling in general. The National Security Council, or Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN), has since revealed a list of 14 public places…

Face masks have in the past months become a required part of an outdoor ensemble, so much so that it is against the law to wander around in public areas without one covering your face. It's unquestionably an important tool to weather the COVID-19 storm gripping the world right now.…

Leading Malaysian contemporary artist Ivan Lam recently returned to Wei-Ling Gallery with an exhibition that charted a non-linear passage through time, taking objects and ideas that have occurred in his practise over the decades and adding insight and context to them. Small works + drawings was a sort of general…

JUMPA is the result of a recent rejuvenation project that breathed new life into about a third of the decades-old iconic Sungei Wang Plaza in Bukit Bintang. It has many things going for it, with a vibrant array of offerings that comprise F&B, athleisure, entertainment and more. One of the…

  The name Douglas Lim is not an alien one to the comedy scene by any means. The man is a legendary comic, actor, presenter, emcee and host who has been active on the circuit for over two decades now. Who better then to take the helm as Crackhouse Comedy Club…

The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre recently put on its first live show since mid-March when the arrival of Covid-19 brought everything to a grinding halt. The third edition of the popular Yesterday Once More concert series, which features golden hits from the 40s to the 60s, marked the occasion…

Key Points:Small spikes of COVID-19 cases are worryingMCO spells trouble for nation if reinstatedNew normal practices must be continuedFace masks may be mandatoryEveryone is reminded to play their partAt 4pm local time today, 20 July 2020, Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin addressed the nation, talking about the latest developments…

The late German fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld began his influential foray into the design world in the 1950s, and continued to impart his style until his death last year. He has been credited with such as feats as reviving Chanel in the 1980s, and shortly after introducing his own eponymous…

Plant-based diets have caught on in a big way over the last few years, with an increasing number of people drawn to vegetarianism for a variety of reasons – be it ethical, environmental or health-related. There’s a vast amount of research alone correlating diets and diseases, not to mention the…

We are not given the green light just yet to abandon COVID-19 precautions and freely fill all the nooks and crannies of Kuala Lumpur to make it the bustling capital it used to be, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still keep the city in the forefront of your mind.In…