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Belajar tentang hidupan liar bersama Aidil

Aidil Iman Aidid aktif dalam kerja-kerja sukarelawan, sambil menjadikan Twitter sebagai tempat untuk beliau berkongsi tentang hidupan liar yang ada di Malaysia.

Dikritik kerana dakwah santai

Ramai yang merujuk Ustaz Ad-Dien jika ada kemusykilan tentang Islam, tetapi bukan semua mereka menghargai usaha beliau untuk berdakwah di media sosial.

Nasib si penuai padi

Tanaman padi adalah asas kepada makanan harian penduduk Malaysia, namun kehidupan para petani yang menjadi tunjang kepada tanaman ini bukanlah mudah. Getah dan kelapa sawit merupakan tanaman dominan dalam industri …

the man behind Malaysia’s Palm Oil Industry

The palm oil tycoon Tan Sri Shin Cheng passed away in June 2019, but his great legacy continues

Farah Ann Hadi shines gold

She started gymnastics at the age of three, but after years of training, injuries, and collecting medals, she’s finally on her way to the Olympics!

More than just a kampung boy (and girl)

Many successful businessmen, entrepreneurs, and artists come from rural parts of Malaysia, and they have great success stories to tell.

A lookback on Malaysian space hero’s journey

October 10, 2007 was a historical day for Malaysians. It was the day the first, and so far the only astronaut went to space. Twelve years on, one could still wonder, what exactly did he do up there?

A glimpse at Yusof Ghani’s canvases

Criticising the society through the abstracts of painting is how Yusof Ghani, a talented and respected Malaysian artist since the 1980s, shares his artistic views of the world.

The glorious stripes of Malaysia

Jalur Gemilang is Malaysians’ pride, and as the Independence Day is approaching, nothing says patriotic better than waving the flag no matter the time and places.

What’s So Special About Cikgu Fazri?

Cikgu Fazri, an inspiring young teacher for special need students. And he has many fun ideas for class activities up his sleeves.

“Phoenix” keeps on rising

More than meets the eye. Meet Phoenix, the world’s first and only hijabi wrestler.

The realities through Pak Samad’s masterpieces

National Laureate A. Samad Said in his golden age continues his fight in preserving the Malay language through his outstanding literary works.

Yuna: forever a Malaysian darling and more

Yuna’s first single Forevermore from her fourth album is an ode for home country Malaysia as she continues climbing international music charts.

Lee Chong Wei versus his health

Datuk Lee Chong Wei suffered many injuries throughout his badminton career. His sacrifices are often overlooked, but never fails to share his glory with all Malaysians.

The Queen of Squash, Nicol David

The soon to be retired Datuk Nicol David is the pinnacle of the international squash scene, but that is not the only thing she is good at.

Veil is more important than heart

Dr. Amalina Bakri, Malaysia’s very own genius whose name can never escape the chatter of some prejudiced Malays, helped a baby battling Germ Cell Tumor. The baby’s mother, Nurul Erwani …

P. Ramlee’s tears in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysian entertainment icon P. Ramlee may have received accolades and titles after his death, but his final days in this world were not as bright as some people were led to believe.