The language of love might be universal, but how it is celebrated is certainly different around the world!
With a long holiday (Chinese New Year!) around the corner, your parents may be asking to meet your partner.
Calling the singles, unattached and those who are happy on their own — these celebrations are for you!
As with most things, being in a relationship requires some form of compromise.
Do nice guys really finish last?
Stay-at-home dads are flipping the standards, and Asia’s finally catching on.
Break-ups are often a part of life. No matter the reason for one, it’s possible to end a relationship in a respectful way.
Having a crush on someone is tough, especially with the makan tak kenyang, tidur tak lena, mandi tak basah stuff going on.
Breaking up with someone you’ve shared a significant part of your life with can be a challenge. But moving on means moving on.
What’s all the fuss about being grateful?
Wouldn’t it be nice to have flying hovercraft or zero-emission energy sources that can power a whole city?
For a Malaysian twist to CNY songs, we’ve got the perfect list of home-grown music.
Give me a bit of Jason Momoa and I’ll be a happy girl!
It’s that time of year again.
It’s a big and noisy city, Kuala Lumpur. But it gets quiet during CNY, making it the best time to be a local tourist!
Balik kampung, oh oh oh, balik kampung~
Planning a trip is not rocket science, but it can create headaches if you don’t do it right.
Fun dates don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket!
If you were born into a Dusun family like me, you’d probably be familiar with some of these local breakfast classics.
How many of these classic Chinese New Year movies have you seen?
Here in Sabah, we’re blessed to have the Kiulu and Padas Rivers for whitewater rafting fun!