There are three professions that Afia holds dearest to her heart: running her IT start-up firm, writing and being a mum to her little boy, Bintang (Indonesian for ‘Star’). Her favourite writing topics are people and art; a broad range since she considers life itself to be a form of art.
Five women open up about their experiences of wearing the hijab for the first time. They share their tips and advice for new and experienced hijabis alike.
The ability to distinguish between material possessions and spiritual investment can lead a person towards a life of true abundance.
It is a time-honoured practice that can help us with our posture and breathing. But did you know that yoga can also better your solat?
Hijab-shaming distracts us from bigger problems in our communities.
Reap greater benefits from Ramadan by getting the kids involved.
The boom of globetrotting Muslim tourists is good for the economy, while creating better inter-faith understanding.
Consumers today are more savvy and knowlegeable about what they consume and how their habits of consumption affects others.
Escape the urban jungle and treat your family to an adventure at these nature getaways.
A trending hashtag on Twitter unearths honest experiences of being Muslim while poking fun at reporters’ double standards.
Work is endless fun for these ladies whose pastimes turn them a tidy profit, too.
Creativity is for anyone to have — as long as you dare to push yourself a bit more, go a bit further and climb a bit higher. So, are you ready?
In the wake of a brutal case of child rape and a massive lapse of school security, how can we better protect our children?
The inspirational speaker is hosting a seminar and other events in New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan.
Be wise with your choice of words because they live on long after they are said.
Understanding our family roots is even more important in this day and age, writes Afia R Fitriati.
As the response to the cancellation of International Muslimah Fashion Week shows, the true spirit of a community emerges in its less-than-happy moments.
What was promised to be a week of fun and friendship turns out, it appears, to be a scam.
Fans in Singapore and Malaysia are set for an afternoon of fun and artistic inspiration at the Pearl Daisy Asia Tour, organised by Aquila Style.