A yummy Malaysian dish for the weekend

Char Koay Teow is a fried vermicelli dish which hails from the beach town of Penang in Malaysia. The dish was often fried over a charcoal fire as seen in the street markets of Asia generally.…

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A delightful Malaysian tea time snack to make with your kids this weekend

These little balls are a gem to make and eat. They are squishy, soft and melt in your mouth. If you like Mochi ( a Japanese style dessert,) you will definitely love this. Loretta Lee…

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A warming Malaysian dish for the cold weekend ahead – Penang Nyonya Fish Curry

Quick Info: Serves: 4 with accompaniments Difficulty: easy Time: 30 mins Ingredients: 2 Sea bream, about 650g to 750g – cleaned and gutted, or 4 Mackerel fillets 3 Tbsp Fish curry powder or 2 Tbsp…

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Anwar Ibrahim – the man with two faces?

Anwar Ibrahim must be one of the most well known politicians globally to hail from Asia. He is a rare politician from the Asian continent who manages to straddle both East and West through an understanding…

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A roundup of what is making the news in Malaysia

This is the second in the series of ‘A Round up of what is making the news in Malaysia’. I explained the reasoning behind it in my first post. Malaysian politics continues to excite and…

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