Fashion

PMC’s ‘Malaysian Pride’ Collection Is Just the Drip You Need for Paris 2024

Malaysian’s very own Pestle & Mortar Clothing has linked up with the Olympic Council of Malaysia for their ‘Malaysian Pride’ collection, releasing eight exclusive items that pay tribute to and celebrate our Malaysian Olympians.

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Gang Mamak: Inside Malaysia’s Slick RM12 Million Gold Theft

Police continue the search for current members who are believed to be remnants of the gang, responsible for more than 150 robberies in the 1990s.

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Crossover & Japanese Streetwear Label Wacko Maria Link Up for First-Ever Collab

The collab, titled “Paradise Kuala Lumpur”, also commemorates the opening of Crossover’s TRX flagship store.

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Why Can’t You Name Your Child After Fruits Or Cars In M’sia?

Do people actually intend to officially name their kids after random objects?! Though I must admit, “Toyota Durian” does have a certain ring to it…

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5 Places To Go To De-Stress With Your Friends After A Long Week

Malaysia has so many exciting destinations to go to with your friends that can guarantee a fun trip!

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10 Brands You Thought Were Malaysian But Actually Aren’t

Join us as we uncover the identities of brands you thought were local, but are actually international stars – ready to question everything you thought you knew?

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12 East Malaysian Culinary Delights That Pack A Punch

From fiery chilli sauces to decadent chocolates and traditional beverages, these brands offer a glimpse into the rich gastronomic heritage of Sabah and Sarawak.

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7 Local Businesses Owned By Exquisite Malaysian Women

Whether it’s through food, makeup, or fashion, these women are proving that entrepreneurship knows no bounds – and that’s something worth celebrating every day!  

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Malaysia’s Potential Trillion-Ringgit Rare Earth Industry

Reports state that Malaysia carries the potential to attract investments totalling up to RM100 billion in the rare earth industry over the next 10 years.

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Discovering M’sia’s First Concrete Skatepark, Built In A Shah Alam Jungle Decades Ago

Its unique design is reminiscent of Mayan architecture, and the allure of the skatepark is further enhanced by the quiet encroachment of nature over the years.