The PWW Shop which is by the Perak Women For Women Society (PWW) has initiated a pop-up food pantry at its premises, for those in need, classified under the B40 … Read More
The Perak Women For Women Society (PWW) is calling for donations of pre-loved or unused items, in good condition, to stock up The PWW Shop. This thrift shop for a … Read More
Maybank Bhd. (Perak) partnered with Ipoh City Council (MBI) to spearhead a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme last Saturday.
One too many people have lamented to me that there is nothing to do in Ipoh. I might be biased because I think it’s just a matter of knowing where … Read More
Malaysian Peranakan novelist, Dr Chuah Guat Eng, is back for this month’s Sharpened Word, with the theme: Feeling Malaysian, Writing For the World: Finding Your Authentic Voice As A Writer.
While children would normally ask for a kitten or puppy as a pet from their parents, all Leong Chai Yuen wanted was an elephant. Her fascination stemmed from watching Walt … Read More
Great news! Sharpened Word kicks off 2019 with a sharing session by Dato’ Dr. M. Shanmugalingam, who will talk about his book, “Marriage and Mutton Curry”, launched late last year, … Read More
Visitors to Perak (specifically Ipoh), will have a chance to view the work of local crafters come the weekend of 19th and 20th January, at 22 Hale Street Heritage Gallery … Read More
A year ago, I stumbled upon a new attraction in Ipoh Old Town by the name of @mazing Ipoh Old Town.
PWW, the abbreviation for Perak Women For Women Society, is a registered not-for-profit and non-political NGO that was established in 2003. PWW has always depended on donations and sponsorship from … Read More