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Blade has been around for more than 45 years, but he is still trying to ice-skate uphill when it comes to his comic books.
Recently appointed senior advisor for Drug Use and Community Responses for the international financing body Global Fund Palani Narayanan is trying to persuade governments that there are better ways to tackle the drug problem.
Independent scholar Abdur-Razzaq Lubis wants to set the record straight: Sutan Puasa was the real founder of Kuala Lumpur.
Anabelle Co-Martinent quit a high-paying, comfortable job to gamble on her dreams, and is harvesting the fruits of her labour.
This historical watch shop has withstood the test of time. But now, time may be running out as they look for a successor to carry on the business.
Administrator paints on stones and finds herself supplemening her income with this new hobby.
As more cancer patients survive, workplace protections fall short.
'Between The Lines', a musical revue that salutes the Armistice of 1918, will be staged in Kuala Lumpur by the British Academy of Performing Arts as part of its Poppies Art Series.
Thinking of a detox to give your health a boost? Don't forget your mental health. An increasing use of smartphones can amplify feelings of anxiety and depression.
Joyeux café is latest in a chain of lunch joints springing up across France staffed by people with Down syndrome, autism and other cognitive abilities.