The Dabbawalas is a 125 year old establishment that has drawn the world’s attention. Having been rated six sigma by Forbes magazine, it has also been the subject of numerous studies and documentaries. What lessons can we learn from this remarkable tiffin delivery system?
Amin Halim Rasip doesn't believe that there's a "fight" between Integrax and Tenaga - this is just the normal course of business for him. We look into the finer points of the M&A overtures and Amin's possible responses. For a port that is highly dependent on Tenaga for business, we also look at Integrax's strategic direction.
Current laws to protect animal welfare in Malaysia are inadequate, a fact recognised by the government. In a move to strengthen current legislation, the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob, announced the tabling of a new law to promote animal well-being through responsible ownership. We look at the weaknesses of current legislation as well as the new powers this legislation will give to those monitoring everybody from breeders to pet owners.Melanie Abraham contributed to this report.
This week we jetset to a desert island to get away from it all and entrust the entertainment to Bihzhu, who shares her favourite books, films and music with us. Bihzhu reads poetry and sings to us as we get to know her better and discover elements that have influenced her art.
This week, Patrick Teoh takes you on another foot stomping, hand clapping ride down memory lane as he blows dust off his vinyl collection to bring you some of the very best tracks from 1970 and 1988. From Mungo Jerry to Freda Payne and Rick Astley to Kylie Minogue and more!
After a year of negotiations, F1 fans will finally find out this weekend if Malaysia will continue to host Formula One's hottest race in Sepang. What's holding up the negotiations, and does Malaysia really need an F1 race? We look back through years at the Malaysian F1 GP, in preparation for what could be our final race.