Kate Ng

Kate is a small journalist with big dreams and a penchant for the unusual. She previously wrote for The Independent and Tech Wire Asia, and now co-edits a lifestyle site for young Asian women called Wait A Minute Now. When she's not busy eating, she can be found writing about lifestyle and women's issues.
Kate Ng
Kate is a small journalist with big dreams and a penchant for the unusual. She previously wrote for The Independent and Tech Wire Asia, and now co-edits a lifestyle site for young Asian women called Wait A Minute Now. When she's not busy eating, she can be found writing about lifestyle and women's issues.

Latest from Kate Ng

Dutch Lady story: the Malaysian milk brand with roots half a world away

Whether it’s pasteurised whole milk, baby milk formula or yogurt, Dutch Lady is a market leader in Malaysia but its roots are in dairy co-operatives half a world away.

18 May 2019 - 9:17PM

Whether it’s pasteurised whole milk, baby milk formula or yogurt, Dutch Lady is a market leader in Malaysia but its roots are in dairy co-operatives half a world away.

Dutch Lady story: the Malaysian milk brand with roots half a world away
Five places to visit in Malaysia: hidden travel gems for those willing to persevere

With its tranquil islands, thick rainforest and pristine waters perfect for diving, Malaysia has an abundance of little visited treasures waiting for those prepared to get off the beaten track

12 Apr 2018 - 5:54AM

With its tranquil islands, thick rainforest and pristine waters perfect for diving, Malaysia has an abundance of little visited treasures waiting for those prepared to get off the beaten track

Five places to visit in Malaysia: hidden travel gems for those willing to persevere
Racism in Malaysia’s housing market: how landlords get away with barring African and South Asian tenants

Indian and mixed-race tenants reveal their flat-hunting woes in multicultural Malaysia, which has no law against racial discrimination and no plans to enact one, allowing property owners to run ads saying ‘Chinese only’ or ‘No African’

9 Jan 2018 - 12:19PM

Indian and mixed-race tenants reveal their flat-hunting woes in multicultural Malaysia, which has no law against racial discrimination and no plans to enact one, allowing property owners to run ads saying ‘Chinese only’ or ‘No African’

Racism in Malaysia’s housing market: how landlords get away with barring African and South Asian tenants
Kuala Lumpur food court closures leave diners wondering where their next meal will come from

Two popular food courts were closed in October to make way for developments that will change the face of their neighbourhoods; weeks later, food lovers are still mourning their loss and hawkers weighing whether to set up elsewhere

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

Two popular food courts were closed in October to make way for developments that will change the face of their neighbourhoods; weeks later, food lovers are still mourning their loss and hawkers weighing whether to set up elsewhere

Kuala Lumpur food court closures leave diners wondering where their next meal will come from
Why Chinese schools in Malaysia have a future, despite opposition from some

China’s rise, Chinese Malaysians’ fear of losing their cultural identity and Malay parents’ preference for them because of their high standards means Chinese vernacular schools are likely to survive calls for a single school system

5 Oct 2017 - 10:59AM

China’s rise, Chinese Malaysians’ fear of losing their cultural identity and Malay parents’ preference for them because of their high standards means Chinese vernacular schools are likely to survive calls for a single school system

Why Chinese schools in Malaysia have a future, despite opposition from some