Art and Culture

Dressing Up For Noodles: In The Mood For Clothes by Julia Merican

Reading Time: 5 minutes Wong Kar-Wai’s turn-of-the-century masterpiece, In the Mood for Love, has been praised on many accounts: for its simple, heartbreaking refinement of plot, its stylishly saturated filmmaking, its stunning protagonists, and, not least of all, for Maggie Cheung’s breathtaking cheongsams, a source of enduring inspiration for women on the outfit prowl every Lunar New Year, hoping to look as sensuously smashing as Mrs Chan. 

A Look Into Faraway Blooms.

Reading Time: 2 minutes “Would these women have been given the right tools to unlock their fullest potential had they remained in Malaysia?” “Talent is like a little seed;

Malaysia Time Tunnel: A Wink Backwards in Time

Reading Time: 4 minutes When prompted on their choice in doing so, the creator of the account stated that managing the account in this manner was not to gain notoriety, but rather in connecting with individuals who share a similar ardor to nostalgia.

Kuala Lumpur Ceria: Ceria-kah ibu kota kita?

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the end, Kuala Lumpur Ceria is nothing more than what it’s meant to be – a reflection of the deplorable society we live in. All they’re doing is holding up a mirror to all of us and asking everyone to simply look back. So now, what will you do?