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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. Dr Chuah's first novel, Echoes of Silence, was cited as the first English novel written by a Malaysian author and she self-edited, proof-read and self-published the ... continue reading »

Ipoh Parade's annual K-Street Carnival is back, this time bigger and better, for six days from 18th to 23rd June. Let's admit it, we have been bedazzled by the Korean pop culture over the decade, through dramas, music, language, culture and cuisine. With K-Street Carnival, we are handed the chance to immerse ourselves in all things Korean. ... continue reading »

It was an evening of love and romance at Dewan Serbaguna Bandar Baru Tambun, Ipoh, as guests were enchanted by melodic tunes from the Kinta Valley Wind Orchestra (KVWO), an orchestra managed by Kinta Valley Symphonic Society (KVSS). With the theme Moonlight In The City, it was KVWO's first concert of the year, and it drew ... continue reading »

It was an evening of good food, great company and camaraderie at the Hari Raya Open House of Kinta Riverfront Hotel & Suites Ipoh. Having missed this year's Aidilfitri celebrations in the city as I was away in Nepal, it was a great opportunity for me to fill up on lemang, rendang and grilled lamb, among ... continue reading »

Wandering Cobbler

Jun 12, 2019 Author: Emily | Filed under: Personalities, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, The Malay Mail

Come rain or shine, cobbler Osman Sidek, 58, can be found in his booth at the junction of Jalan Sultan Nazrin Shah and Jalan Rapat Jaya attending to his work. Osman, who relocated to Ipoh about four years ago with his wife Suhaila Shamsuddin, is originally from Selayang, Selangor. The free-spirited cobbler has travelled the whole ... continue reading »

With a few fingertips wrapped in adhesive bandage, Chee Ken Soon nonchalantly weaves rattan strips to tie up the joints of a cane chair, at the back of his show house-cum-workshop in Gunung Rapat, Ipoh. Chee, 52, is sometimes helped by his father-in-law, Chong Kam Fatt, who is in his seventies, but most of the time, ... continue reading »

What a memorable evening it was for the 60 children; forty from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Darussalam orphanage and twenty others from selected homes and marginalised families, when they were invited to break fast at Symphony Suites Hotel, Ipoh on Sunday. Earlier in the day, they were treated to a shopping spree at Econsave Ampang Baru to choose ... continue reading »

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