While Malaysia is moving quickly towards its Industry 4.0 aspirations, agriculture remains vital, contributing RM89.5 billion to the country’s economy in 2016. This was on full display...
KL’s growth has been swift. In the late 19th century, the city’s built-up area followed a narrow spine centred around the city’s founding confluence of the Gombak and
When Malaysia started to make its presence felt in the 1980s as an economic powerhouse on the heels of other Asian Tigers, an international competition was launched to create an architectural monument that would become a symbol of progress and prosperity.