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15 beach clean-ups organised by Reef Check Malaysia included dive operators, resorts, community members, school kids, NGOs, government agencies, the private sector and tourists. But root causes need to be addressed.
Venessa Sambai Ulek has made her mission in life to empower Iban girls and bring change to her community in Sarawak. She knows how to achieve her goal too: education.
The Kelabit in Bario, Sarawak, are famous for their intricate beadwork, and it is a tradition they are keen to keep.
Malaysians will travel across the country to exercise their right in the 14th General Election, After voting, here's what to do in the battleground states of Johor, Kedah, Selangor, Sabah, Kelantan and Terengganu.
Korean dance company Modern Table performs its signature work Darkness Poomba, inspired by the Korean tradition of outspoken itinerant entertainers known as poomba, reimagined as a modern dance, at the Damansara International Arts Festival 2018.
Many states have had government-sponsored mobile libraries since the early days. They are usually created to serve rural areas or lower income populations with less access to books.
Entertaining but somewhat formulaic, this origin story at least gets the job done, establishing Venom as the first major player in Sony Pictures’ new Spider-Man cinematic universe.
Taiwanese author and cultural commentator Lung Ying-tai shares the lesson she learned about dismissing the wisdom of older folk when, as a teenager, she summarily dismissed an aged lecturer only learning after he died how much wisdom he had to share.
Movies have turned some destinations in Malaysia into tourist icons visited by both local and international travellers, as well as made existing tourist spots even more popular.
Louis Cha in Malaysia