After missing out on the Booker Prize last year, Malaysian author Tan Twan Eng is back in the hunt after his novel The Garden of Evening Mists was shortlisted for the Asian Literary Prize.
January’s photos of the month
January is a time for retribution in Malaysia and Singapore as Indian communities run amok in the name of Lord Murugan and usher in an orgy of colours, Bollywood tunes and self-mutilating devotion
Legoland Malaysia opens its doors to fans young and old
She has the lineage to rival some of the world’s most prominent political families, yet Nurul Izzah Anwar is set to pave her own path towards a new democracy
British-style colonial elegance in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
Malaysia’s catalogue of luxury designers is attracting the region’s bargain hunters
When there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the streets of Malaysia and Singapore, looking for mundane entertainment
Borneo and Sumatra provide perfect settings for ogling orangutans.
Qatar Holding LLC, the Doha-based fund which owns Harrods, is to build a $634m branded hotel in Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang shopping district. The Harrods hotel, the construction of which is due to start next year, will have about 300 rooms and will be the group’s first in Asia. The project is part of a
Hadi Awang, president of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (Pas), speaks during a rally to promote the party manifesto ahead of Malaysia’s parliamentary elections later this year or next. Pas is the Muslim-majority state’s second-largest political party with close to a million members. Once viewed as a promoter of fundamentalist Islam in politics, results from last
Malaysia gets its very own Lamborghini