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'Of Bromances And Biting Cute Babies’, by Malaysian university lecturers Eugene Tee and Tsee Leng Choy, takes readers into the science of feelings, thoughts and behaviour.
KahJeng Cheong, a Malaysian who works with Industrial Light & Magic as a creature technical director, was involved in the blockbuster movies 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'.
Being overweight or obese is never good for a child's health. But these conditions are reversible if you just practise a few healthy habits as a family. Yes, that includes you!
Have you ever heard your kids curse or lie, and then wonder, “Where did they learn that behaviour from?”
New research has found that a deficiency of iron and vitamin B12 in young boys around age eight could be linked to behaviour problems later in childhood.
Monster mash 'Rampage' is empty-headed fun, elevated by the warm bond between Dwayne Johnson's big-guy hero and the movie's big-gorilla critter.
'Ready Player One' is an immensely entertaining love letter to pop culture that will have you whooping with joy and feeling nostalgic at once.
Stay warm from the cold with several new attractions at SkyAvenue in Resorts World Genting. These include the Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, Jurassic Research Centre, Zombie Outbreak, Alive Museum and PlayTime! Video Games Park.
Elon Musk, Neil deGrasse Tyson and the Bank of America have speculated that our reality is really just a simulation like in 'The Matrix'. Columnist Jason Godfrey wonders if they're right.
Reece Bibby, Blake Richardson and George Smith are members of British pop-rock band New Hope Club. They have often been mistaken for a boyband due to their youthful looks. How do the members of the band feel about that misconception?