As more and more businesses adapt to working from home, the line between work and personal time has started to blur.
28 year-old Naqiuddin was an aspiring doctor, but one day in 2017, he quit being a house officer to pursue his passion for cakes.
I arrived in Madison, Wisconsin as a Malay guy who spoke in stuttering English. But I didn’t want to come back to Malaysia with the same level of proficiency as when I left.
I found out that American companies will lay off people just like in their movies. So here’s what I did to pay my bills.
We caught up with Daniel Woodroof, Formula 3 and Brandon Lee, Formula BMW to talk about the lessons they learnt from formula racing — and where they are now.
Recently, I’m forced to work from home. As heavenly as it may seem, it does have its upsides and downsides.
In our Malaysian Confessions event, 15 local entrepreneurs and startup founders shared about the unique challenges of making a difference in a Malaysian economy.
Aside from the Coronavirus, long working hours, outdated hospital software, and being placed on contracts are among the issues that plague our doctors in the Malaysian healthcare industry.
Michael Teoh and Kean Peng from Thriving Talents give us their expert advice on the different types of people in a company, and how to manage them.
What did being an entrepreneur teach these Malaysians about overcoming life’s struggles?