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The writer recalls the gallantry of his father Sher Mohamed Allah Baksh in fighting the criminals in Kampar, Perak, in the 1940s, together with his immediate superior ASP-OCPD Maurice Graham.
With Malaysia rapidly becoming an ageing nation, we must prepare for our old age physically, mentally, socially and financially, especially if we aim to be independent for as long as possible.
The ravenous undead, palace intrigue, corruption in high places ... this one packs a lot into a meagre six episodes.
A report on biodiversity indicates that species are moving towards extinction more rapidly, and lays the blame for this on runaway consumption.
'Rampant', a zombie flick set in the Joseon Dynasty of old Korea, is a film by the same production company behind the other popular Korean zombie flick, 'Train To Busan'.
October is here, and you know what that means: scary horror movies galore! Unlike last October, horror movie buffs will have quite a few to choose from this year. In fact, there are scary movies from all over the world releasing this month
Duo exhibition Liku-Liku, featuring artists Nicholas Choong and Muhammad Hafiz Azizi, at National Visual Arts Gallery gives Kuala Lumpur a deeply atmospheric feel.
As Malaysia celebrates 61 years of independence, we take a look at what Kedah – the birthplace of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, the country’s Bapa Kemerdekaan – has to offer wandering travellers.
In his new book 'Enlightenment Now', Harvard University professor and cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker documents in granular detail why the human race is better off now than before.
Pen-ek Ratanaruang's 'Samui Song' sees a return to a familiar trope – an eccentric crime noir populated by oddball assassins and desperate souls in search of the meaning of life.