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Japanese women were still struggling with deep-rooted patriarchy that ranges from wage gaps with men to archaic laws that inadequately protect them from violence.
New children's book on Tun Siti Hasmah aims not just to educate but also to motivate young readers.
A growing number of Indians believe it has medicinal benefits - including against the coronavirus.
Some people struggle with face coverings, wearing their masks incorrectly even though they're a key way to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The nose is generally overlooked, but these days we ignore its power and its vulnerability at our peril.
We highlight the works of American actor John Lithgow that garnered him attention.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on our mental and emotional health, requiring more steps to be taken to address this issue.
Adiguru or master craftspeople in Malaysia play important roles in preserving our heritage arts and crafts.
Most people in Japan are against government plans to kickstart domestic tourism with a subsidised campaign, according to newspaper surveys published recently, as fears grow over the number of new coronavirus cases, particularly in Tokyo.
Here are six things we learned from the Malaysian actress's recent 'Time' magazine interview