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Where the wild things are in the east coast of Sabah

The Sabah east coast – Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Semporna and Tawau – offer a wide range of activites and experiences to adventurous travellers. Bah, let’s go lah!


Island’s elderly left with arduous rebuilding as young flee

Seven months after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, the islanders are still trying to get life back to normal. But it's a real struggle as many of its young people have left for greener pastures. 


She lived longer than her children, and she was all alone

Verna is 108 and she outlived her whole family. There was no one to care for her until a family took her in.


Can you guess the average age of these cheerleaders?

These ageing cheerleaders in South Korea offer glimpse of world's longest-living women.


Groups helping the needy need your help

Organisations serving vulnerable groups have to persevere even when times are hard because their services are crucial.


Way to go for ageing countries

Multigeneration houses are a key part of Germany’s ageing population plan.


Scraping by

It's getting harder to care for the disadvantaged with rising costs and dwindling funds.


Making ends meet

Times are tough, but Rumah Solehah does all it can to get by and help others.


Is Daijiro Enami Japan's hottest, sexiest journalist in a bulletproof vest?

Tall, tanned and handsome, Fuji Television Network's Daijiro Enami has brought sexy back to journalism by becoming the news himself, after his Thai protest reports were met with marriage proposals.

Asia & Oceania

Walk the coast and discover Jeju's beauty

Jeju Olle walking trail courses 7 and 8 boast a variety of landscapes from rocky seashore, volcanic wonders, small hills to local villages and ports.