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THERE is this very interesting interview, allegedly from the 1400s, in which someone asked French King Francis I about his rival and brother-in-law, Spanish King Charles V with whom he had been locked in a 60-year war over the control of Italy.
BARELY a month ago, the Pakatan Harapan government announced that it was lifting its freeze on several controversial laws, including the Sedition Act.
IT IS going to be difficult to live down the success that was 2018 for Malaysia.
THIS is going to be a very personal column and one that is going to require some background explanation.
There’s a reason why the character Captain America is so wildly popular among the masses. It’s not just because of Chris Evan’s sculpted body, but rather what the character represents.
TODAY’S column is addressed to Shigeru Miyamoto, director at Nintendo.
THE scuffles at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ25 have brought out the very worst in Malaysians.
The inventor of the pendrive. The founders of Grab. The first Malaysian Nobel Peace Prize winner. The first female Malaysian Michelin-star chef. The two leads of the first all-Asian major Hollywood movie in 25 years. The president of one of the world's largest tech firms.
IN 2016, a reality TV host ran for President of the United States and won. He did so by taking a page out of one of the biggest reality TV brands – wrestling.
Are you a three- to four-month-old minister who’s having trouble living up to high expectations following a historic election that was won based on campaign promises you knew you couldn’t keep?