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On giant-sized cultural appropriation and the USA’s enduring fascination with Godzilla
IT is estimated that 35,000 to 50,000 elephants are killed each year as a result of the demand for ivory.
On genre as vector and the tastiness of cultural imperialism.
BY the time this article is published, I will be counting down the hours until I say farewell to China, a country that I have called home for the past eight months.
Hoping against the odds for a happy ending to a traumatic journey.
There are good and bad sides to all places.
Despite the unpredictability in life, love never fails.
For many Malaysian football fans, the one man responsible for Harimau Malaysia’s renaissance is Datuk K. Rajagopal.
Last week, I spent Christmas with my classmates and masters at the Maling Shaolin Kungfu Academy in China. Master Bao, the main master, and his family decorated the school and prepared for the students a festive dinner worth talking about. We then sat in the school yard and got warm around a bonfire.
We Malaysians are beset by threats from within Malaysia and outside of the country. If we do not clamp down and control these dangerous elements, Malaysia as we know will cease to exist.