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The use of coal is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, yet many Asian countries, including Malaysia, keep building coal-fired power plants. An energy expert shares why it’s no longer necessary to depend on the polluting material.
Both the margins and the marginalised speak in Arundhati Roy's new book.
As surrogates boom, there are fears of Ukraine becoming an international 'online baby store'.
We find out what films are showing when cinemas reopen their doors tomorrow?
Without tourists, South African holiday lodge owners and farmers cull antelope to feed community.
The world knew him as a government and corporate bigwig but, at home, he was a loving father who taught his daughter everything – from algebra to poetry.
Legal drama 'Hyena', starring Kim Hye-soo and Ju Ji-hoon, revolves around two rival lawyers who'd do anything to win their cases.
Through woodcut prints, Sabah-based art collective Pangrok Sulap is working hard to lift the nation's spirits.
Four Malaysian women activists share their stories of how and why they're passionate about protecting the environment.
Freedom to publish matters says Gerakbudaya founder, who has been shortlisted for international Prix Voltaire award.