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One of The Star's biggest sci-fi fans expresses appreciation for how Stephen Hawking turned the world of science upside down and gave science fiction writers new vistas to explore.
Meet Max, a library cat that was banned from his beloved library. What’s the paw thing to do?
These are the hot books that are slated to come out in 2018.
Dr Bashir Ahmad Mallal's belief in the rule of law led him to set up the 'Malayan Law Journal' in 1932 even though he was not a lawyer or a judge.
Lee Koon Huat started his hawker stall in Butterworth in 1983. It's known simply as "30sen lok lok” because Lee has kept to this price for 33 years.
Calling all students. How about volunteering for community service this school holidays?
The Japanese people are celebrating this year's winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Kazuo Ishiguro, who lives in Britain but was born in Japan.
Good coffee table books marry great pictures and succinct text to great effect.
A 1979 novel by Italo Calvino that deconstructs the act of reading has interesting connections to how we read and share stories in today’s digital age.
‘Angels By The Murky River’ is a collection of travel narratives on people we don’t usually hear about.