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December features a variety of literary activities for book lovers, including a storybook trail in KL with a National Laureate, and a vintage book market.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The Swedish body that awards the annual Nobel prize for literature will name two winners this week, including one for 2018 when the ceremony was scuttled by a sexual assault scandal that prompted reforms by the long secretive organisation.
At the Boh Cameronian Arts Awards ceremony, blockbuster musical 'Ola Bola The Musical' won six prizes, while local Chinese theatre shines made a big impression.
Into the White Night star told audience her vocal cords were inflamed and she couldn’t sing, so the theatre company had decided to use a recording Her comment afterwards that it was ‘the most special performance’ drew criticism online that it was unacceptable and unprofessional
Columnist Patsy Kam explores the extent to which we should tiptoe around certain sensitivities.
The movie ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ has been 20 years in the making, and producer Jon Landau thinks it will finally signal a success for Hollywood in a genre which has proved problematic.
‘The Tale Of Genji’ is thought to be the first novel ever written – and by a woman. How does it stand the test of time?
TOKYO: Haruki Murakami (pic) says he enjoys writing novels because he does not know how they will end.
Indonesia-born, Singapore-based Clarissa Goenawan makes her debut with 'Rainbirds', a novel that makes a study of grief and loneliness.