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Actor Bront Palarae to terrorise family in upcoming Tagalog movie

The actor will star in Bradley Liew’s upcoming film Daddy’s Home.


Macron, Le Pen exchange May Day blows across Paris

PARIS (Reuters) - Centrist presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron and his far-right rival Marine Le Pen attacked each other's visions of France and the role it should play in Europe on Monday against a background of May Day rallies and protests.


France's Macron pays tribute to Moroccan drowned after 1995 Le Pen rally

PARIS (Reuters) - French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron on Monday paid homage to a young Moroccan man who drowned in the Seine 22 years ago after being pushed into the river by skinheads on the fringes of the National Front's traditional May Day rally.


French candidates go head to head in TV debate with Macron favourite

PARIS (Reuters) - Centrist Emmanuel Macron kept his position as favourite to win France's presidential election after a televised debate on Tuesday night in which he clashed sharply with his main rival, Marine Le Pen, over Europe, just 19 days before the election.


Do you know why the Chinese hang red paper on tombs?

Feng shui master Jessie Lee explains why certain cultural practices are observed until today during prayers at grave sites.


Greener touch to Qing Ming

NEWS reports linking the annual Qing Ming festival to a spike in dengue cases have resulted in a rise in the sale of environmentally friendly joss stick urns in Penang.


Qing Ming video with mozzie message

GEORGE TOWN: A video linking Qing Ming to dengue will probably have many people chuckling while remembering to clean up after paying respects to their ancestors.


Hardline priest's elevation a sign Modi is moving towards Hindu India

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A saffron-robed Hindu holy man was sworn in on Sunday to lead India's most populous state, sealing what appears to be a shift in course by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that could redefine the world's largest democracy as a Hindu nation.


Malaysian, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korean stars on the same red carpet

The inaugural awards show garnered support from celebrities from all over the world.


Longhouse chief raps graveyard thieves

MIRI: Desecrating graveyards and breaking into coffins to steal valuables buried along with the deceased are despicable acts.