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By Cedric Tan
The tapping of knives on chopping boards. The clatter of pots and pans. The murmur of staff as they gossip and banter, and the shouting of orders. Aromas swirl in the air as herbs and spices are pounded or ground, and meats and vegetables fry or stew in cookware over flames. These memories and more from Baba-Nyonya households are fading away as kitchens become less chaotic and crowded, modernising with time. Hence, the Persatuan Peranakan Baba Nyonya Kuala Lumpur dan Sela Learn More
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“Leaving, according to the familiar political narrative, was a sign that someone was giving up on their country or wasn’t proud of his or her identity. Those who decided to emigrate were pigeonholed as dissidents. This stereotype was not only inaccurate, but made us one-dimensional in our apparent single-mindedness to leave behind a country we supposedly felt was no longer good enough.” Migration is a sensitive topic, especially for over one million Malaysians who ch Learn More
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What is the meaning of Mahathir Mohamad’s return as Prime Minister of Malaysia? And what does it mean for the future of the country? In From High Hopes to Shattered Dreams? Azly Rahman argues that, as against a more fundamental transformation of Malaysian society, the change of government which took place post-GE14 has continued to reproduce old trends which have long kept Malaysia from the promise of an equal and forward looking nation, from a feudal mentality, to religiou Learn More
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More than a year ordinary Malaysians did the extraordinary and voted out a government in power since 1957, a new reality has set in. On the eve of a once - idealised "Vision 2020" of modern Malaysia, Rebirth: Reformasi, Resistance, And Hope In New Malaysia question an uncertain nations possible futures. In a special series on Malaysia from the ANU's New Mandala, classic Malaysiakini reportage of the fraught 14th general elections, and new essays pondering the democratisation Learn More
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Ronggeng-Ronggeng is an important collection that brings into focus the hitherto little recognised variety and richness in Malaysian short-story writing. Twenty-eight stories from six decades, the writers’s sharp observations and unflinching depiction of society’s tensions, faultlines and human frailties make this an indispensable anthology. Learn More
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By Tan Eng Huat
This high-quality artbook by the Malaysian award-winning cartoonist Tan Eng Huat features art from his highly-acclaimed Triarchy comics series. Learn More
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-Based on the actual MUET formatl ; 5 sets of MUET model tests '-Complimentary audio CD for the Listening Component '- Suggested answers Learn More
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By Ho Sok Fong
By an author described by critics as 'the most accomplished Malaysian writer, full stop'. Lake Like a Mirror is a scintillating exploration of the lives of women buffeted by powers beyond their control. Squeezing themselves between the gaps of rabid urbanisation, patriarchal structures and a theocratic government, these women find their lives twisted in disturbing ways. In precise and disquieting prose, Ho Sok Fong draws her readers into a richly atmospheric world of naked s Learn More
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In May, 1980, German reporter Peter (Thomas Kretschmann) works on assignment in Tokyo, but the news is slow there. He hears from a colleague that something ominous is occurring in Gwangju, South Koea. The phone lines have been completely cut off to the city. Peter decides to go there. In Seoul, South Korea, Kim Man-Seob (Song Kang-Ho) struggles to make ends meet as a taxi driver, while also taking care of his daughter. He needs money to pay for his rent. At a restaurant, Kim Learn More
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By Burton G. Malkiel
In a time of increasing inequality, when high-frequency traders and hedge-fund managers seem to tower over the average investor, Burton G. Malkiel's classic and gimmick-free investment guide is now more necessary than ever. Rather than tricks, what you'll find here is a time-tested and thoroughly research-based strategy for your portfolio. Whether you're considering your first 401k contribution or contemplating retirement, this fully-updated edition of A Random Walk Down Wall Learn More
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By Mohana Gill
Multiple-award-winning cookbook author Mohana Gill has long been inspired by nature in creating unique recipes that emphasise healthy living, longevity and wellness. Her first cookbook, Fruitastic!, extolled the virtues of fruits and juices while her second, Vegemania!, celebrated all things plant-based. Both titles have been honoured with top accolades at the prestigious Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Flowerlicious is the third in the series that pays homage to the abundan Learn More
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By Tan Sao Sua
The development of education in Malaysia, a multiethnic country that comprises three main ethnic groups, namely Malays, Chinese and Indians, is confronted by a myriad of issues and challenges. This book comprises 14 chapters that deal with various issues and challenges that affect the development of education in Malaysia. The first four chapters are basically historical documentation of educational development based on a certain period of time, mostly relating to the developm Learn More
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Now a Major Motion Picture The Laundromat from Director Steven Soderbergh, starring Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas. The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jake Bernstein takes us inside the world revealed by the Panama Papers, illicit money, political corruption, and fraud on a global scale. A hidden circulatory system flows beneath the surface of global finance, carrying trillions of dollars from drug trafficking, tax evasion, bribery, and other il Learn More
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By Azlina Ahmad
This textbook is intended to be used as reference for the introductory level financial accounting and reporting course. Its emphasis is on awareness of IFRS judgements and estimates, in line with Stage 1 of the framework-based teaching. Accordingly, discussions in the chapters focus mostly on elements definition, recognition and initial measurement. Students are first given an overview of the Malaysian Financial Reporting Framework, followed by the introduction of the Concept Learn More
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By S. Susela Devi
This book caters for degree students pursuing accounting and business courses at institutions of higher learning. Aligned with the framework-based teaching of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) pedagogy, this comprehensive book contains 10 chapters that build on the knowledge and skills introduced in Financial Accounting and Reporting 1. It exposes students to more complex items, while exploring topics such as property, plant and equipment, inventory, intangib Learn More
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The 2020 Match Attax Annual is a must have for Match Attax fans and football fanatics alike! Featuring Premiership, League One and Two Teams as well as all the facts and results from the 2019 season you'll be sure to impress your mates with your football knowledge! Learn More
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The 2020 Match Attax Annual is a must have for Match Attax fans and football fanatics alike! Featuring Premiership, League One and Two Teams as well as all the facts and results from the 2019 season you'll be sure to impress your mates with your football knowledge! Learn More
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Hingga 5hb Julai 2019 Kandungan/Content Akta Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia 2009(Akta 694) Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009(Act 694) Learn More
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By Daryl Yeap
"The Straits British Chinese - a community which emerged in the colonial Straits Settlements (Penang, Melaka and Singapore) - constituted a truly unique blend of Chinese, Southeast Asian and European cultural identities, manifesting the tradition of hybridity which has long marked coastal populations along the Straits of Melaka. The subjects of this volume, Yeap Chor Ee and his family members, were key figures in this cultural milieu from the first half of the 20th century, a Learn More
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By Martin Khor
This book provides an analysis of the structures of the Malayan and the Malaysian economies using the perspective of dependence. It analyses the structures of dependence in colonial Malaya established by the British during the colonial era, in foreign ownership of key sectors, in trade, finance, the public sector and technology. Estimates are provided on the amounts of surpluses transferred out of colonised Malaya under British rule. The book then examines the post-colonial Learn More
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By K.J. Ratnam
Identity, loyalty and nation building are key global challenges today. In the first part of this book, Emeritus Professor K.J. Ratnam, a leading Malaysian social scientist, discusses multiple identities in complex societies, political loyalty, and the challenges that ethnic and religious differences pose for social cohesion. In the second section of the book, done in conversational style, he talks to researcher-writer Patrick Pillai about the importance of regaining the midd Learn More
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By Lita Epstein , John A. Tracy
Manage the art of bookkeeping Do you need to get up and running on bookkeeping basics and the latest tools and technology used in the field? You've come to the right place! Bookkeeping All-In-One For Dummies is your go-to guide for all things bookkeeping. Bringing you accessible information on the new technologies and programs, it cuts through confusing jargon and gives you friendly instruction you can use right away. Inside, you'll learn how to keep track of transactions, Learn More
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By James Crabtree
SHORTLISTED FOR THE FT & MCKINSEY BUSINESS BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2018 A Financial Times Book of the Year and an Amazon Top 100 Book of the Year India's explosive rise has driven inequality to new extremes, with millions trapped in slums as billionaires spend lavishly and dodge taxes. Controversial prime minister Narendra Modi promised `to break the grip' of the Bollygarchs, but many tycoons continue to thrive amidst the scandals, exerting huge influence over business Learn More
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By M Kula Segaran
This is a rags to riches story of an estate boy whose determination to avert the limited prospects of people of his background led him to make good at his profession and go on to pursue a political career which led him to the top of Malaysian politics. From Estate to Cabinet is M. Kula’s chronicle of his rise from an underprivileged existence to national prominence as a lawyer and politician, up to the beginning of Malaysia’s 14th General Election. It’s a story Malaysia Learn More
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By Adam Said
Khalid Arshad lives in retirement with his wife Azizah in a suburb of George Town, Penang. He has had a disappointing career in the civil service, the result both of adverse circumstances at work and of innocent missteps on his own part. Having initially enjoyed retired life he begins to show symptoms of boredom until he runs into Bala, a friend from his schooldays, who introduces him to the joys of reading. In the course of his regular trips into town in search of second-han Learn More
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By Martin Vengadesan , Andrew Sag
Over the past century, Malaysia has seen criminal cases that have gripped the attention of the entire nation and beyond. These crimes vary in nature and details, and in some instances, the perpetrators have been caught and punished, while others remain unresolved. What most of them have in common is that they were real life dramas played out through the media and carried into every home. This compilation brings together 42 of the most well-known and notorious cases, based on Learn More
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By rice/potato
  不一樣的曼谷私房景點旅遊指南   透過移居曼谷6年的旅泰couple-台灣女子+荷蘭男子,   超完整介紹最在地、隱藏版的旅遊清單300點!   超主觀旅遊推薦   不必花時間在網海裡做功課,就能輕鬆玩、吃飽喝足chill到不行。一起來當個曼谷假在地人!   *全書分區介紹景點,一天玩一區不浪費交通時間冤枉錢。   *各景點餐廳平均花費預估, Learn More
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By Stephen Ng
Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo had no idea what he saw that day would change the course of his life. His heart was broken when he saw youths were loitering near the Checkers mini-market without a direction in life. The neighbourhood of Taman Sri Sentonsa, a mixed residential development located at the outskirt of the city of Kuala Lumpur, was a poor to middle-income suburb. Filled with a strong compassion for these school children, he later left his pastoral work to set up Harap Learn More
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Banglasia or Banglasia 2.0 (Chinese: 猛加拉殺手/猛加拉殺手2.0) is a Malaysian action comedy film by Namewee. The story follows several Malaysians of different races and a Bangladeshi worker as they come together to defend the country comically against the invasion of the fictional Luk Luk Kingdom. (Sources: Wikipedia) PRODUCTS ORDERED ARE SUBJECTED TO SUPPLIERS STOCK AVAILABILITY. FULL REFUND WILL BE ISSUED SHOULD THE PRODUCTS ARE UNAVAILABLE. ESTIMATE DA Learn More
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By Kua Kia Soong
200 Years of Chinese Education in Malaysia: A Protean Saga by Kua Kia Soong is the latest and fifth edition of his 1985 title. It was and still is, the first full-length book on the history and politics surrounding the chinese-medium schools in Malaysia. It has been in constant demand because of the interest in this unique community-run mother tongue education system. With more than 1,280 primary schools, 60 Independent secondary schools and three tertiary-level colleges, th Learn More
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By Tajuddin Rasdi
Rethinking Malaysia collects together the writings of Tajuddin Rasdi in a period of political change and turmoil in the aftermath of Malaysia’s 14th General Election. A time of hope and renewal, as well as of increasing conservatism and extremism, Rethinking Malaysia features Tajuddin Rasdi’s personal and honest musings about issues of religion, politics, and education in relation to Malaysia’s ongoing project of nation-building. Reacting to events such as the anti-ICER Learn More
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By Lee Chor Wah , Aw Siew Bee , Dr Tan Loke Mun
Have Malaysian architects become more articulate, sophisticated, adventurous and theoretical? Is Malaysian architecture culture moving towards more globalised directions while retaining recognisable traits of Malaysianness? Find out in RMAV2. Learn More
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Amazing Spring (Chinese: 大地回春) is a 2019 Malaysian Cantonese-language musical comedy film. The film tells the story of an arrogant young heir who tries to acquire the Dadi Village in the present, but accidentally travels back to a stranger and funnier version of Dadi Village in the past. In order to take over the position of the group chairman with his mother's approval, the proud and arrogant Liang Minshan (Cedric Loo) decided to accept the challenge of acquiring Learn More
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By Sophie Lemiere
Bringing together a group of both international and Malaysian scholars, Minorities Matter: Malaysian Politics and People Volume III, is the third instalment in the ‘Malaysian Politics and People’ series, a series which has tracked Malaysian politics and society from the outcome of GE12 to the present day. Published in the aftermath of the fall of the BN government, Minorities Matter looks at the contemporary situation of Malaysian politics and society with a particular fo Learn More
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By Sutherland Rory
HOW DOES MAGIC HAPPEN? The Ogilvy advertising legend—“one of the leading minds in the world of branding” (NPR)—explores the art and science of conjuring irresistible products and ideas. "A breakthrough book. Wonderfully applicable to about everything in life." —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan “Veins of wisdom emerge regularly and brilliantly from these pages. Don't miss this book.” —Robert B. Cialdini, author of Influence Why is Red Bull so Learn More
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By Shankaran Nambiar
Transformation without thought runs the risk of being short term or a kneejerk reaction to events. Shaping the future requires forethought, planning and informed decision making. Nambiar has made it his business to encourage us all to think, and provides us with some trenchant thoughts and ideas to help us along the way. Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. President, Parti Keadilan Rakyat A must read if you want op-eds about key issues in the economy before and after a momentous ev Learn More
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By Kee Thuan Chye
Few people believed the corrupt and oppressive Barisan Nasional government could be toppled. But the people were sick and tired of it. And the scandals surrounding the prime minister. He had brought shame to Malaysia, which became known to the world as a kleptocracy. This book tells the epic story of how Malaysians took responsibility for their country and struggled against the odds to change their government. Of how a 92-year-old former prime minister who had been an enem Learn More
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The tiny confluence of two rivers that began as a landing port some 160 years ago when the glitter of tin lured migrants and Malay warlords is now a city that glitters as a capital of commerce and of the Malaysian federation. Even today, migrants from within and beyond Malaysia arrive to seek their fortunes and destinies, while adding to its diversity of heritage and wealth. In this book are the faces and stories of some of these nomads. Their journeys, and the story of a cit Learn More
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By Various
Welcome to the 2nd edition of DIALOG, a major anthology of Tunku Abdul Rahman’s timeless wisdom – and the responses of contemporary Malaysians to it. With a reimagined cover and new contributions from some of Malaysia’s most prominent personalities, DIALOG offers inspiring perspectives for a nation taking a fresh step forward. Learn More
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By Zaleha Olpin
Take a culinary voyage through the vibrant flavours of Malaysia with MasterChef UK contestant, Zaleha Kadir Olpin, as she shares her favourite family recipes in this cookbook. Malaysian-born Zaleha pays tribute to dishes she grew up with, including laksam, a rolled rice noodle dish unique to the East Coast of Malaysia; nasi lemak, one of Malaysia’s most iconic dishes; as well as chicken rendang, the controversial dish she prepared on the show. Mostly handed down from h Learn More
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In this book, the reader will learn why the gap between the rich and everyone else grows wider. In this book, the reader will get an explanation of why savers are losers. In this book, the reader will find out why debt and taxes make the rich richer. In this book, the reader will learn why traditional education actually causes many highly educated people, such as Robert's poor dad, to live poorly. In this book, the reader will find out why going to school, wor Learn More
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By Amal Nadiah Ghazali
If you think Paris is all about this fantastical image of basking in the sunshine while eating an ice cream by the Seine, or living in a fancy apartment that overlooks the whole city with a random French guy who looks like Jake Gyllenhaal, think again. Right now I’m standing by the door of my rented studio the size of an average Malaysian kitchen, waiting for my turn to use the toilet that the whole floor has to share and when it flushes, the sound is so loud that the whole Learn More
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By Dr Mardiana Nordin
Malaysian Studies 3e is designed for the Malaysian Studies course which is compulsory for all diploma-level students. The contents of this book follow closely the latest syllabus developed by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) for the subject, and can be used by degree-level students as well in both public and private institutions. The book contains six chapters written by experienced authors in the subject. It discusses various aspects of Malaysia, including its hist Learn More
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By Tang Ah Chai
" the New Malaysia is not what Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Lim Guan Eng, Mohamad Sabu or myself individually want, but what Malaysians, both inside the country and the worldwide Malaysian Diaspora, want. .. As Malaysian journalist Juliet Yeow concluded in her recent article, 'while we are not quite Malaysia Baharu, we now have the power to say, with certainty, we will never go back to being Malaysia Lama!'" - Lim Kit Siang This book is an anthology o Learn More
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By Kua Kia Soong
The 14th GENERAL ELECTION (GE14) defeat of the Barisan Nasional Coalition, which had ruled the country since 1971 was unprecedented in Malaysian history. The displacement of what seemed an unshakeable BN led regime, is testimony to the determination of the Malaysian people and the persistence of civil society in their votes for Pakatan Harapan because the coalition had promised in their GE14 manifesto to implement wide ranging reforms that made them seem radically different f Learn More
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By Sara Holland
"Sara Holland is a fierce storyteller. Everless gives new and terrifying meaning to the phrase running out of time." —Stephanie Garber, New York Times bestselling author of Caraval “Holland’s lush, intricately drawn world hides an undercurrent of darkness underneath a veneer of beauty and finery.”—Publishers Weekly In the kingdom of Sempera, time is currency—extracted from blood, bound to iron, and consumed to add time to one’s own lifespan. The rich aristocra Learn More
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By Clare Rewcastle Brown
"Investigating the deforestation of Sarawak, Borneo, and the dispossession of its people, journalist Clare Rewcastle Brown followed a trail of corruption that led her to the heart of Malaysian politics and to Prime Minister Najib Razak himself. Determined that the public should know the truth, she started a blog, which became Malaysia's go-to news outlet for information that the government was trying to suppress – and whistleblowers wanted to get out. She was soon running a Learn More
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By Emily Suvada
Where can you hide if you're running from yourself? In bunkers and strongholds across the world, people are celebrating. There's a vaccine to the virus that has ravaged the planet for years. But the celebrations won't last for long. The vaccine isn't working. The virus is evolving. Catarina - genehacker, reluctant warrior - must find the one person who can help her. A man who is guilty of unimaginable crimes. Time is ticking, she only has three days before shadowy gentech Learn More
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By Lat
Relevant and hilarious, this compilation of Lat’s cartoons features the life and times of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the fourth and current Prime Minister of Malaysia. Datuk Mohammad Nor Khalid, more commonly known as Lat, is a Malaysian cartoonist. Winner of the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize in 2002, Lat has published more than 20 volumes of cartoons since he was 13 years old. His works mostly illustrate Malaysia's social and political scenes, portraying them in a comedic lig Learn More
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By Nadya Okamoto
PERIOD founder and Harvard College student Nadya Okamoto offers a manifesto on menstruation and why we can no longer silence those who bleed—and how to engage in youth activism. Throughout history, periods have been hidden from the public. They’re taboo. They’re embarrassing. They’re gross. And due to a crumbling or nonexistent national sex ed program, they are misunderstood. Because of these stigmas, a status quo has been established to exclude people who menstruate Learn More
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By Rosli Omar
This book showcases birds of the forests — lowland, montane, mangrove — of Peninsula Malaysia. Their choice as the subject matter is tied to their propensity to be “most endangered” due to their habitat’s rapid destruction. Also included are forest edge birds, birds that birders encounter at the edge of forests or along forest tracks. Through photographs which capture their beauty, this book hopes to spark appreciation for these feathered friends and the desire to s Learn More
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By P.Gunasegaram & Kinibiz
This book is a gripping account of the biggest, most audacious kleptocracy the world has ever known - over RM40 billion lost or stolen by a corrupt Malaysian government through 1Malaysia Development Berhad or 1MDB. It has all the elements of a Hollywood thriller with a cast featuring a sultan, a prime minister, his high-flying and even more high-spending wife, and a baby-faced whizz kid as the mastermind who was in his late twenties when it all started and who cavorted with a Learn More
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By Francis Loh , Anil Netto
This book is a collection of 40-plus essays by 30-plus Malaysians about GE14 on 9 May 2018. It is a record of an unprecedented defeat of the UMNO-BN government, in power since 1957, and its replacement by Pakatan Harapan, a newly formed coalition. These essays discuss the major election issues, the principal actors, the campaign, the results and where we might be headed in the next decade. . Regardless of the specifics, GE14 has ushered in Regime Change. We are witnessing cha Learn More
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