3 Ways The Gov Can “Cockblock” M’sians From The Internet, As Shown By Other Countries
The M'sian governement announced that it's looking at policies and limits to curb internet addiction. We look at how other governments have done just that.
She Used To Dislike Whisky, Now She Runs A Business Where Almost All She Does Is Drink It
Eiling Lim is a Malaysian independent bottler of whisky who started her business after being convinced by her husband to start her own label.
PSA To M’sia: The More You Try To Censor Something, The More Viral It Gets
The effects of the social media outcry in response to the "Stripes and Strokes" photo exhibition incident at the George Town Festival, the Streisand Effect.
How This M’sian Trio Started An On-Demand Printing Company Without Owning Any Printers
Sprintla is an on-demand printing service in Malaysia which helps students get their assignments printed without the need to wait in line.
I Wasn’t Really On Board The E-Wallet Hype, But AirAsia’s BigPay Made Me A Believer
We review AirAsia's BigPay e-wallet that comes with its own debit card, and these are its features, advantages, issues and disadvantages.
What It Took For This Introvert To Create A M’sian Board Game And Put It In Stores
Pasaraya sets you up as the savvy entrepreneur of your very own pasaraya in this Malaysian deck-building game by Boxfox Games.
Your App Is Full Of Bugs And People Hate That. This M’sian Team Knows How To Fix It.
Bugs Detective is a Malaysian team founded in March 2018 specialising in software testing and debugging for other software developers.
I Try Working At The Most Expensive Office In M’sia That Charges RM10k/Month Per Person
We had the chance to try working at Colony's new premium Jamestown Suite that just launched in KL Eco City, bringing a high-end experience to the office.
Taylor’s International School Offers Scholarships for January 2019 Intake
Taylor's International School is opening up their scholarship applications for students from Year 6 to Year 10 to join them for their 2019 intake.
ICYMI: M’sia’s Finally Getting A Convenience That’s Been In SG For 20 Years
The VP Malaysia team give their takes on some of the biggest headlines from the past week, including saying goodbye to SmartTAG and the new national car.
Most Stories End With Death, The Journey Of His Gelato Business Started With One
We speak to Chong Nge Seng of Piccoli Lotti, on why he quit a corporate carreer to chase his passion of running a gelato store in Damansara Kim, M'sia.
A GIF Guide Of What Having Fun Looks Like When You’ve Truly Grown Up
Here's what it looks like when you reach an age where socialising is tiring and all you want to do is actually watch Netflix and chill.