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Hartina Bulating Arssid's aim is that teaching English to marginalised children in Sabah will help equip them to build a better life for themselves.
Once complete, the Hundertwasser Art Centre will house an art gallery with a wooded rooftop, flanked by a gold-domed tower shaped with his signature curving lines and spirals.
From Bruce Lee and Donnie Yen to Coco Lee and Maggie Q, they are just a few of many Asian Americans who made a name for themselves in Asia first.
Social workers are at the forefront of helping those in need, yet their work is not recognised as an actual profession. The proposed Social Work Bill hopes to address this issue.
Women's groups put the media on notice in recent days that they will call out bias - one campaign is dubbed "We Have Her Back” - and established a "war room” to refute sexist or false attacks as they happen.
In an exclusive interview with actress-producer Charlize Theron, the Oscar winner tells us she's always managed to injure herself since she was young. That is why she prepares in great lengths for an action film.
Enduring lockdowns and social distancing is nothing like enduring a world war.
Indian actor Saif Ali Khan has made a career of starring in Bollywood extravaganzas as well as art-house films.
Malaysia is just one of 25 countries in the world with discriminatory citizenship laws.Malaysian fathers married to foreign spouses need only to notify the government about children born abroad. Malaysian mothers however need to apply and wait indefinitely.
Malaysia is one of 25 countries that don't allow mothers to pass their citizenship on to their kids on an equal basis as fathers. These discriminatory citizenship laws need to change if Malaysia hopes to empower its women.