Recent and archived articles by Clarissa Say
ALOR SETAR: Secondary students want to do their part in helping combat sexual predators, especially when such predators are people they know.
A baby elephant was killed by an oncoming vehicle on the Gerik-Jeli Highway which cuts through elephant roaming areas, and this is the latest in a long line of similar cases.
KUCHING: After a year-long tour across Malaysia, the #SayaSayangSaya town hall series is coming to a close here.
PETALING JAYA: With ransomware on the rise, even public WiFi networks are no longer safe, according to ethical hackers C.F. Fong and Foe Chee Kang.
Over 10,000 people put on their running shoes and ran alongside hundreds of children with disabilities to promote a more inclusive society.
KUALA LUMPUR: Actress Lisa Surihani is on a quest to help end child sexual grooming in Malaysia, even if it means lobbying politicians.
KUALA LUMPUR: Experts have hailed the second meeting of the sexual crimes task force as a major breakthrough in the battle against child sexual exploitation.
EXCLUSIVE: Online predators are using technology to target and prey on underage girls. Over a period of six months, The Star’s R.AGE team uncovers the sordid truth surrounding the sexual exploitation of minors, which is more prevalent than most Malaysians suspect.
PETALING JAYA: It has been 70 years since Japan’s surrender after its occupation of Malaya during World War II, and with each passing year, more stories are being lost due to death and old age.
PETALING JAYA: Five young chefs will compete in a gruelling cook-off in front of Chef Wan today, all for the chance to be Malaysia’s next food celebrity.