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If you liked Shakespeare In Love, give this book a try.
Practical perspectives on how to become an ‘exponential entrepreneur’ make a Giant Dent in business today.
Latest Avengers GN stays faithful to rogue robot’s comic-book genealogy.
Comics’ equivalent of the Oscars sees a more balanced field of contenders this year.
The Singaporean cartoonist taps the deep vein of humour inherent in those awkward moments of cultural mismatches.
On an uniquely Malaysian day, a group of visitors to the hill station walked, read, thought, listened, and learned, and became more literate in many individual ways.
An author shares survival tips for re-entering the dating world after a big break-up.
The robot supervillain is one of Earth’s mightiest heroes’ greatest villains in the comics.
A husband-and-wife team of documentary filmmakers from Hollywood captured the people and wildlife of bygone days.
Star2 compares novels with their graphic novel versions to see how different they are.
As guilty as it might make us feel, we should give ourselves permission to abandon books we don’t enjoy.
Epic fantasy goes East Asian with vast armies, shapeshifting gods and silkpunk technologies.
The acclaimed yet controversial author of ‘The Tin Drum’ passes on.
The finalists for the 2015 Man Booker International Prize are announced by chair of judges Professor Marina Warner, at a press conference at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, on Tuesday 24 March 2015
Rare photos of 1920s Sabah in ‘Spirit Of Borneo: Martin & Osa Johnson’s Journey’
Single again? Read this book
Author Ken Liu’s epic fantasy ‘Grace Of Kings’ goes East Asian with shapeshifting gods
10 reasons Ultron deserves to be a major Avengers movie villain
Avengers: Rage Of Ultron
Willy Wonka vs Charlie for the better 'Chocolate Factory' movie
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