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The most mysterious of the ‘stan’ countries, Turkmenistan is a destination worth checking out.
Going on a heritage walk in Kuala Lumpur is a good way to to help preserve the living heritage in the city.
Emerging and established Malaysian artists come together to present their artistic takes on the mosque and all that revolves around it.
European scientists have collaborated to neuroengineer a bionic leg for amputees, which can mimic the nerve signals sent by our limbs to our brain.
The recurrence and spread of breast cancer to other organs is something most survivors live in fear of, as it can occur without warning.
Elusive UK-based street artist and political activist Banksy is bringing his anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian art online with the opening of his own shop, Gross Domestic Product.
SpotLight, a non-profit international organisation will shine light and awareness on social issues prevalent in developing nations through a very special event this November.
A new Japanese study has found that eating mushrooms, not smoking them, could lead to a lower risk of prostate cancer in men.
Tourism’s role in job creation is often undervalued, despite the fact that tourism generates 10% of jobs globally. Policies are needed to maximise tourism’s potential to create more and better jobs, especially for women and youth.