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Here are some popular beliefs about breast cancer that have been perpetuated among women, but are not backed up by any evidence.
For many travellers, a trip to Bhutan is not just a spiritual one, but a chance to rediscover the joys of a simple life.
British Museum exhibition charts 500 years of artistic inspiration between East and West and explores the impact of the Islamic world on Western art.
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.
The Macao Special Administrative Region has taken 20 years to transform itself from a place dependent on casinos to a modern city looking to further expand its tourism opportunities.
Afzan Adziz was 31 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, the cancer survivor hopes to inspire other young Malaysian women (and men) to check themselves regularly because breast cancer doesn't just affect older women.
Visual artist Yau Bee Ling’s conversations about art these days seem to be more optimistic. She is definitely in a different headspace since her last solo exhibit three years ago, which was an emotionally heavy series.
Ready for Japan’s cool culture, places, and food this winter? From the cityscapes to snowy mountains, there’s plenty of excitement and adventure in store for you this holiday season.
Ashwini Sivanantham was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 30. She never expected it as she assumed breast cancer was prevalent among older women. Now, she's determined to spread awareness among young women and men to be breast aware and always check their breasts.
Breast cancer is the biggest killer among women in Malaysia and around the world. Early detection is key and so is a strong support network. Adeline Joseph was diagnosed with breast cancer 20 years ago and today, she is paying it forward, supporting those with cancer in their journey.