19 September 2019, Thursday | 02:41am

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These Are The 5 Bubble Tea Places Malaysians Are Raving About!

The waves of frothy milky tea with chewy tapioca pearls have landed on our shores and swept the nation with what seems like a frenzy. Originally concocted in Taiwan during the 1980s, it has since trickled down to shop lots countrywide, and can be seen nestled in between coffee joints. Hurrah! Now Malaysians are spoilt for choice but luckily this comprehensive list will help solve your bubble tea woes.

Alleged underage girl in intimate selfie with actor Aliff Aziz says they met at ‘private party’

PETALING JAYA, May 14 — The girl in the intimate photo which led to the split of actor Aliff Aziz and his wife Bella Astillah has spoken up to give her side of the story.

Put those legs up to fight fatigue

What do you do when you’re dead beat, the legs feel like lead and you can barely take a step forward?

Slump into a chair or collapse in bed probably.

Thai bay made famous in ‘The Beach’ to be shut until 2021

BANGKOK: The closure of the glittering Thai bay made famous by the movie ‘The Beach’ has been extended for another two years to allow a full recovery of its corals and wildlife, an official said Thursday, drawing a sharp rebuke from the tourism industry.

Avengers’ Zoe Saldana: a superhero battling female stereotypes

AMSTERDAM: As a green-skinned alien in the blockbuster movie “Avengers: Endgame”, actress Zoe Saldana hopes she can promote a clear message – that time’s up on old-fashioned female stereotypes.

Disney sets dates for next three ‘Star Wars’ films from 2022

LOS ANGELES: Following its merger with Fox, Disney on Tuesday sketched out its future plans for two of its most towering franchises – the “Star Wars” saga and “Avatar.”

Blink-182 shares first single from their forthcoming album

LOS ANGELES: “Blame It On My Youth” marks the band’s first music since 2016.

Produced by Tim Pagnotta, the pop-punk song sees Blink-182 reflecting on their decades-long career.

Come and jam with Hsiao

DUBBED as the King of Golden Melody, Mandopop singer Jam Hsiao (