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The latest Spider-Man movie (Spider-Man: Far From Home) welcomes a new addition to the web-slinger’s movie rogues gallery – Mysterio!
Sargassum is a thick seaweed that has not only turned the crystalline waters of the coast of southwestern Mexico brown, but also fills the air with a rotten-egg smell.
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan looks at sustainability issues like food waste, toxins in fish and what will happen if bees die.
The island of Lesbos is trying to woo back the tourists in an attempt to rebuild the island’s reputation as one of Greece's top alternative destinations.
Tired of heat and humidity? Time for a change of scenery! Australia's Gold Coast, with its wintry atmosphere this time of year, is perfect for those who want to embrace the cold.
OpenHouse is doing a remarkable job distinguishing itself as an haute spot where traditional Malaysian flavours done with a twist meet a plush interior of Asian influences.
Langit Collective collects and sells surplus rice produced by subsistence farmers in Long Semadoh, Sarawak, and sells it to consumers and chefs in Peninsula Malaysia.
Tohoku, a relatively unknown region in Japan’s Honshu island, has a lot to offer curious visitors – especially in winter.
Malaysian company Ento makes eco-friendly edible roasted crickets that are also completely local and require far less feed and land than commercial livestock.