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.
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
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’
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
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