Saturday, October 27, 2012

Top 9 Malaysian Foods To Die For

Malaysia is hands down one of the finest destinations in the world to satisfy any culinary yearning.

The dynamic mixture of Malay, Chinese, and Indian cuisines are just a few of the popular influencing flavors.  Throughout my stay in Malaysia and a number of recurring visits to Kuala Lumpur, I developed an acute addiction to the powerful tastes of Malaysian foods.                          

Roti Canai

1. Roti Canai

A roti canai is made from thin dough, cooked into a pasty like bread, and dipped into a fragrant curry sauce f

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Using stem cells to regenerate cartilage


Medical pioneer: (Above) Dr Saw Khay Yong with a patient.Medical pioneer: (Above) Dr Saw Khay Yong with a patient.
A team of Malaysian doctors achieved success and gained international attention by being innovative, passionate – and a little bit crazy.

ON a quiet weekend in 2011, hand surgeon Dr Ranjit Singh Gill flexed his fingers as he watched a limousine and police outriders pull up to the front entrance of the Kuala Lumpur Sports Medicine Centre (KLSMC).