The piece of art was created by Keem Ooi, a 50-year-old self-taught baker who became an online sensation last year after posting Instagram photos of her Animal Crossing masterpiece, according to Mashable.
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The controversial Southeast Asian “King of Fruits” is back and more expensive than ever.
A Malaysian grandmother realized the hard way that Milo tins are not the best place to hide life savings after losing at least 300,000 Malaysian Ringgit ($73,700) to pests.
The incident was shared on the Facebook page, Penang News Group on Nov. 30.
A wild boar caused panic among mall-goers after the animal got lost and made its way inside a sportswear store.
Shoppers alerted the authorities after they spotted the wild boar inside Alamanda Shopping Complex in Putrajaya, Malaysia on Sunday, according to Bernama.
One Malaysian man has become the envy of many after his girlfriend paid for a new brake kit and the additional costs to repair his car.
Farah Ann Abdul Hadi, the first Malaysian artistic gymnast to qualify for the Olympics in 20 years, has been named a “Shero” by American toy company Mattel.
Farah, 26, is also the first Malaysian woman to have a Barbie modeled after her, according to SAYS.
A 9-year-old boy from Malaysia may have solved one of the biggest dilemmas on NASA’s plate.
Easy peasy: Zyson Kang Zy Sun invented the “Spacesuit Lunar Toilet,” a portable toilet specially designed for astronauts, which would allow them to urinate in zero gravity, reported the New Straits Times.
Owners of an unlicensed beauty salon in Malaysia have been detained following the death of a bride-to-be following a liposuction procedure.
What happened: Coco Siew Zhi Shing, 23, went to the beauty salon located in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur on Oct. 17 to get liposuction done on her arms to prepare for her wedding next year in South Africa, her brother, Xiao Mingan, told Sin Chew Daily via The Straits Times.
Malaysian workers in Singapore who have been separated from their families due to COVID-19 lockdowns finally got the reunion they were longing for just in time for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Trapped for months: The workers, who were assigned across the Causeway in Singapore, were not able to return home for months as border lockdowns made such travels impossible, MSN reports.
A cat in Malaysia remains devoted to her owner even after his death by visiting his grave every day for two years.
The story and pictures of Nana, a 6-year-old ginger cat, were shared on the Facebook group Kelab Pencinta Kucing Malaysia by the late owner’s daughter, Hazlynn Nozi, last Saturday, according to Mothership.
A Malaysian cosmetic brand was put on blast online after it released a short video using one model to portray other women of color for its new foundation line.
C. Code Cosmetics was called out for its ad, according to Coconuts Kuala Lumpur. In addition to the cosmetic brand, Twitter user @Roshinee_M also called out retail chain Watsons Malaysia for sharing the 39-second clip.