Culture Cul De Sac
Get a group of successful and inspirational women together, and not only will it spur business deals but also self-confidence.
If the whole world is a stage, does everyone in it need to be a performer?
Dispelling popular belief, we are discovering that there is a lot more to us than meets the Malaysian eye.
By the end of today, a new dawn will await Malaysians. Whichever way the ballot boxes fill, nothing will ever be the same again, and that is good.
The best thing about our country’s political awakening is that now everyone has an opinion. And never have opinions been this prevalent, pertinent or vociferous. Whether it is an individual or a collective perspective, a personal or public standpoint, Malaysians are making their voices heard. Loudly.
The Langkawi of today is not the Langkawi of yesteryear when it was first developed. It’s decidedly more edgy, urbane and cosmopolitan. Hopefully, it will all end well.
If you’ve got old furniture, especially pieces that have been in the family for decades, cherish them for the link they provide with the past.
Increasingly we hear the phrase — even utter it ourselves — that women are the future. But how close are we to that reality?
Old may be gold, but few of us like where Father Time is herding us. All the same, the elderly are an interesting bunch — if you care to pay them some attention.
Malaysia is changing, as evident just from looking at how Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur has evolved in the last 10 years. Nevertheless, some things stay true and unchanged.
China’s infamous copycat culture has reached greater heights.
Being fit, healthy and concerned about the under-privileged is not a crime, but when the smug and the self-righteous flaunt these sterling traits as badges, they become more than a little annoying.