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More people in Taipei are using bicycles provided by the city to complement their journeys by bus and MRT.
Through her illustrious career in the Indian police service, Kiran Bedi has proven that a woman’s ability to reach out can change the world.
BARBARA Yen, was a medical social worker at Universiti Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur for 25 years before retiring in 2001. In the course of her work, she had met patients with various illnesses and even interacted with some personally. Lending an ear, she had patiently listened to their stories – “some tragic, scary, rewarding, funny and humorous”.
A cafe in Ipoh, Perak, gives children with learning disabilities the chance to realise their potential.
There is some artificial fun to be had in Almost Human, a buddy-cop TV series set in the future.
The proposal to set up South Korea’s first nudist beach is receiving public protests.
Love stories have been told and re-told so many times and have taken so many forms it would seem unlikely that there are any new ways to approach the subject.
She won’t do eveningwear or work for anyone else. But after 20 years, and with vast queues for her new range at Swedish multinational retail-clothing company, H&M, French designer Isabel Marant has burst her niche.
A 'CSI' screenwriter reflects on the success of the crime series.