Movie makers immortalise people or events through their films.
Although their art cannot imitate life perfectly, some still manage to carry its essence and convey the message they wanted to.
Here in Malaysia, the movie industry
Albert Einstein once said, “If a cluttered desk is sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”
Most of us spend a lot of time sitting at our office
Forget about sushi and sashimi, there are easy Japanese recipes out there for you to try at home.
Fellow Asian countries like Malaysia already have the basic Japanese ingredients like rice and soy sauce.
Fairy Caves is one of the main attractions in the Bau area located about 40km from Kuching city.
The cave was named after a stalagmite structure which is said to resemble a Chinese deity.
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Over the years, Malaysian cinemas have featured more varieties of movies.
On top of the usual Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil movies, we have begun to see more choices such as Thai, Indonesian, Japanese anime
As a big fan of anything delicious, KajoMag was invited to Nando's 20th celebration in Malaysia at Aeon Mall on June 7th.
Did you know that Nando’s first came to Malaysia 20 years ago?
Sarawakians are known to be proud for our own local food but we also appreciate foreign flavours even - and in some cases, especially - if it comes in the form of fast food chains.
When it comes to hot springs near Kuching, people automatically think of the Annah Rais Hot Springs.
For a lesser known, equally calming hot spring about 40km from Kuching city, there's the Panchor Hot Spring
Almost every Malaysian has heard of 'adidas kampungs' - the generic name for probably the most handy yet cheap rubber shoes made in Malaysia.
They usually come in black, but sometimes you can find them
We always hear about what food goes great with wine, but in anticipation of the upcoming Gawai Dayak festival on June 1, KajoMag learnt about which foods to pair with beer thanks to a