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Check out the new urban agenda for houses

The recent Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia roundtable discusses the challenges of meeting the demands of rapid urbanisation.


We all need to make real connections

Pretending we’re never lonely is to deny that we, as human beings, need of real connection.


Survivors share stroke journeys

Inspiring stroke survivors across Malaysia share what life after stroke means to them in a wall of celebration and hope.


Here's how your child may smoke and drink by age 11

Absent parents may cause your underage children to smoke and drink alcohol to deal with daily stress.

Science & Technology

Hair can be used to identify criminals

Move over DNA, scientists can identify you based on the pattern of proteins in your hair.


Can Copenhagen be the world's greenest city?

Copenhagen aims to become the world's first carbon-neutral capital by 2025. It's already a cycling city. It wants to use much more renewable energy.


Build more urban parks and have happier city dwellers

Mitchell J. Silver is in charge of getting the most out of the Big Apple’s green spaces.


Video: Fall in love with Paris all over again

The city of Paris has released a new tourism video in the hopes of bringing tourists back to the capital following the spate of terror attacks.


Despite doom and gloom more people are travelling

More people travelled in the first quarter of this year, reports the UN’s World Tourism Organization in its World Tourism Barometer.


This ancient Chinese therapy may help pain management

Cupping is an ancient Chinese medicine therapy in which heated cups are applied to the skin along the meridians of the body to stimulate the flow of energy.