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Maman-mia, maman leaves averted war

The Local Kitchen discovered that while maman leaves can leave a bitter taste in your mouth, cooked right, it’s a culinary delight.

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Finding the Orang Asal’s voices

Orang Asal issues are often swept under the carpet, but they’re fighting for media representation and to be heard.

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#TeamClarissa: Keeping traditional art alive

#TeamClarissa took a peek into the East Coast’s art culture, and explored its significance to Malaysians.

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#TeamClarissa: Moth-ers unite at Genting

#TeamClarissa hit up the Chin Swee Temple in Genting Highlands to look for moths, and they found plenty! Here is what they learnt.

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#TeamMayLee: Service with a smile

Working in a restaurant is no easy task, but that does not deter these crew members from proving their mettle, as #TeamMayLee soon found out.

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#TeamHansel: Taking a walk on the wild side

This nature guide believes that reptiles and amphibians should be given a second chance. #TeamHansel investigates!

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#TeamMayLee: Captivated by coniferous trees

#TeamMayLee did its part to help with coniferous tree-replanting, and also learnt about the trees part in Malaysia’s ecosystem.

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#TeamHansel: Housekeeping with the BRATs

#TeamHansel went behind the scenes at Hotel on the Park, Genting, to learn more about the hidden world of housekeeping!

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Ingredient of the week: Kepayang

THE kepayang “fruit” or buah keluak is actually the seed of the kepayang tree and has a rich history. Used to make nasi kebuli, a royal dish served to ancient Pahang royalty, it now has a place in Malaysian dishes like the Peranakan specialty, asam pedas keluak. Most kepayang trees are found in Pahang, but […]

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Uncovering the forgotten ingredients of Malaysia

Food documentary series The Local Kitchen has one aim: to give our obscure ingredients a chance to shine.

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What we learnt at Saya Sayang Saya

Over 1,500 secondary school students raised questions and concerns about sexual violence, online dating, and reproductive health in the nationwide townhalls.

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EID AL-ADHA

Photo Essay: A look into Eid al-Adha with Malaysia’s Bangladeshi community.

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Cheering their way to victory

EMOTIONS at CHEER 2017 ran the gamut from cheers to tears as 30 of Malaysia’s best high school and college cheerleading teams gathered to stunt their way into the CHEER hall of fame.  The display of talent was awe-inspiring – technically flawless flips, twirls, and tosses abounded – but of the 30, four of the […]

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ছাত্র পাচার বাণিজ্যের অভ্যন্তরে

প্রতারণা ও শোষণের একটি চক্র যা বাংলাদেশী কলেজ ছাত্রদের বঞ্চিত করে তাদের টাকা এবং পড়াশুনা থেকে।

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What you need to know about student trafficking

What you need to know about “student trafficking”, and more.

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