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IF you see an unmarked vehicle in your neighbourhood, with strange men inside working at a bank of computers, have no fear. Just look up into the sky.
THE team at Petrosains The Discovery Centre brought the Petrosains Science Festival back for its sixth edition much to the delight of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fans nationwide.
Waymo last week set three Chrysler Pacifica minivans crawling Los Angeles streets to make maps – but not the kind made for humans
This year’s Art In The City celebration – with the theme “I heART KL” – will see the heart of the city filled with public installations, arts events, gigs and more.
Health tech could change how healthcare institutions track and use a patient’s data to offer personalised information and treatments.
According to Dr Sivarani Sathasivam, consultant cardiologist and physician at ParkCity Medical Centre, heart attacks are becoming more common among young Malaysians.
Thailand’s ubiquitous tuk-tuk is getting a cutting-edge makeover to help carry the local auto industry into the future.
All over the world, heritage tourism – the practice of travelling to places of historical and cultural significance – remains an enduring form of travel. How then do cities in Malaysia preserve its heritage while providing quality experiences to tourists?
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan looks at the future of food, which should include reduced meat consumption, a more varied plant-based diet, and even new varieties of food made from insects.
Food delivery couriers in Chongqing rely on their own topographical knowledge to deliver their orders. Route recommendations are less useful in Chongqing because of the city’s bewildering road and address system.