Driven by the country’s economic and political stability that offers diversity of opportunities, education and human rights protection, Australia is ranked by UNDP (United Nations Human Development) as the second-best country in the world for quality life following their “Human Development Index” statistics assessment.
Coway – the Water Specialist™ held Coway Run on 7th May and was a tremendous success! Find out how running and drinking cleaner water can help you stay fit and healthy.
Tickets to Thai Film Festival in Malaysia 2017 will be screened for FREE, courtesy of Royal Thai Embassy to Malaysia.
Ever thinking of living and working in Australia? Don’t miss the opportunity to attend Australian Business Investment Migration Seminar!
E-sports – nothing physical or sweaty, but a gruelling exercise of the brain on the computer.
Iconic scenes in Korean dramas have driven tourists to flock to its filming sites.
The province of Gangwon promises to offer a delightful culinary experience.
Could this be the scene where director Bill Condon meant for Disney first-ever “exclusively gay moment”?
Here’s a list to get your children away from gadgets during their school holidays.
PyeongChang, 180km east of the South Korean capital of Seoul, would be a timely destination as it gears up for the Winter Olympics 2018.
A 2015 British historical period drama film about women’s suffrage in the United Kingdom.
INTERVIEW | Lau Kek Huat’s journey started with finding out more about his communist grandfather.
The documentary chronicles director’s efforts in tracing his family history, including his father’s role in the communist insurgency.
A series of inspirational quotes by some of the greatest people of our times.
Live-action adaptation of a Disney’s classic starring Emma Watson.
The place that once charmed me, but sadly there is so little to show.
Is it worth constructing a High Speed Rail system linking Malaysia and Singapore?
A collection of some of the most memorable cars from the 1980’s.
A glimpse of a local pro wrestler’s journey to stay in the ring, a combination of artistic and athletic talent.
Was Dangal really challenging the traditional values, or did it merely show a new form of gender oppression?