Creating your own scented candles
20/12/2014 - 17:00
by Calyn Yap
KUALA LUMPUR: Understanding the spirit of creativity that Malaysians have, Candle Pit Stop is bringing aro­matherapy candles to the next level by enabling anyone to personalise a candle with their...
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READERS’ COMMENTS: We’ll be continuously exploited by politicians from the peninsular if we remain nonchalant. Umno is trying to penetrate Sarawak from all angles. The power to decide lies in the...
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QUICK TAKE: Malaysian teenagers, some as young as 14, are jumping into marriage without thinking of the consequences like early separation and divorce. At a time when these teenagers should be...
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