All of us have heard the unfavourable news of how certain industries are hard hit by the novel Coronavirus pandemic, and its subsequent global lockdown in a bid to halt … Read More
As a 19-year-old junior chef, Aarron Nelson had the opportunity to travel to Thailand with his executive chef for a food promotion. Wide-eyed and inexperienced, he found the country to … Read More
As one of only six female pedallers in the male-dominated trishaw industry in Malacca city, Humaira Bt. Norezan, 21, certainly draws much attention. In the job for three years now, … Read More
Although Raymond Yeo Kheng Chuan spends most of his time these days making fashionable Peranakan beaded slippers, the business that he inherited from his grandfather, the late Yeo Eng Tong, … Read More
Holding a size 12 needle between his left thumb and forefinger, Lim Tian Seng meticulously stitched one Japanese cut bead after another onto the piece of pattern that he had … Read More
If you had read my post yesterday (ibis Melaka, Hotel in the Heart of the Action), you would know that I went to Melaka armed with a list of eateries … Read More
With a schedule packed with work, it is difficult for me to travel as often as I did. Therefore, like the millions of employees in Malaysia, I, too, have begun … Read More
Today’s post is as useful to you as it is to myself for future reference. Here are three free guided walks organised by Sahabat Muzium Melaka (Friends of Melaka Museums).