Lurking within the manifold layers of society is a kindling animosity that once ignited, may give rise to a destructive hate. This animosity goes by …
It’s time to celebrate the first cardinal sign of the zodiac because it’s Aries season! Aries season (March 21-April 19) marks not only the beginning …
For centuries, the basic concepts of time have been determined by numbers – as we all know it, we live and breathe through 365 days …
“The Evergreen Tea House” is a Hong Kong novel written by David T.K. Wong. It feels like a recollection of memories through a tumultuous period …
It’s Scorpio season! Do you know what that means? ‘Tis the season for the most overzealous, jealous and possessive bunch-
Instagram has, for a very long time, been a haven of delectable cafe ladies, beauty goddesses, fitness gurus, CEO empresses – all of whom are victimized by the very platform that brought them to their pedestals. The tyrant that destroyed the unicorn dazzling side of social media is none other than V2K, a Telegram group chat trending among sexual predators who exploit women everywhere.
For possibly many of us, folktales have been a part of our lives. They could be the stories told at bedtime by our elders or the tales that were told around the campfires at night. Most importantly, folktales are the remnants of our past and of our culture. They represent one’s heritage and history thus making it an important piece in the representation of unique cultures. Here are 3 folktales from our Asian culture, hailing from China, Indonesia and Japan.
Welcome to Echo’s very first chapter of Real Talk. In this series, we’re going to uncover, and tap into topics that are (you guessed it!), hard to talk about. With research, diverse perspectives and an open mind, we hope to equip you with a better understanding of certain ‘taboo’ topics and provide you with proper representation through this series. Today’s topic is very relevant this month just as it is every month. Sexual Health Awareness!
First and foremost, we, from Sunway Echo Media, would like to wish every Malaysian a Happy Independence Day! For this month’s Echo Eats, we thought of taking you, our dear readers, on a trip down memory lane; reminiscing on the wide array of savoury, sweet and cooling snacks you enjoyed whilst growing up in Malaysia (hopefully, spurring you to go on a hunt for them). Without further ado, let’s begin!
My thighs simply collide
In a heap of soft sand dunes
With millions of rivers
That has it sources
From the mountains of my belly
Which folds as uneven rocks-
Do you think I’m pretty?