Malaysians aren’t traditionally big into DIY, but with easy access to home improvement resources and videos on the Internet, anyone can learn about tools, building materials and how to fix something from start to finish. Ang Kok Gei, who manages ATKC Hardware Trading, a family business established almost 20 years ago, says he has witnessed
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Could a plate of couscous warm up relations between wary North African nations? A drive to win coveted Unesco status for the dish could at least get them talking around the same table. The hearty meal itself, however, is a bone of contention between countries that haven’t always got along. Who makes it the best?
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Two Malaysian companies, born over a century apart, have found common ground in artisanal creativity and the stories of their respective journeys. Pewter brand Royal Selangor and street-wear label Pestle & Mortar Clothing have joined forces to come up with an unexpected line of limited edition merchandise. The RSXPMC collection sees Royal Selangor’s archive and
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Rose Byrne has done nearly every type of film – comedy (Bridesmaids, Neighbours), horror (Insidious), sci-fi (Sunshine), period (Marie Antoinette), action (Troy), musical (Annie) and superhero (X-Men: First Class) – so it might come as a surprise that she met her match on Peter Rabbit. “I’ve never done anything this technical!” Byrne says of the
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People who wolf down their food could lose weight simply by chewing longer and pausing between bites. Research involving nearly 60,000 Japanese people showed a link between eating slower or faster, and losing or gaining weight. “Changes in eating speed can affect changes in obesity, BMI and waist circumference,” a research duo from Japan’s Kyushu
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