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'Missing Link': Every frame is a work of art in this Laika animated feature

Missing Link marks the fifth feature from Laika, the meticulous stop-motion animation studio responsible for 'Coraline' and 'Kubo And The Two Strings', And as with its previous features, its latest is a marvel.

'Norm And Ahmed': Dangers of racism in era of segregation

'Norm And Ahmed' was The Actors Studio's first theatre production in Malaysia in 1989. It was directed by Joe Hasham, who returns to helm it as part of The Actors Studio's 30th anniversary.

Author Tahereh Mafi's breakdancing hijabster teen is a lot like her

Iranian-American YA fiction writer Tahereh Mafi's new book, 'A Very Large Expanse Of Sea', features a hijab-wearing breakdancing teen who faces bigotry, Islamophobia and an interracial love. It's like looking in the mirror, Tahereh reveals.

Psychology can save the world: Mandela's ex-cellmate Dr Saths Cooper

Dr Sathasivian Cooper, once an activist who shared the same prison block as Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, on the future of psychology in the world today.

Poems in 'Life Happens' anthology grab your attention and don't let go

While listening to these poems being read out, our reviewer felt that sudden prickle that's always an indication of good literature.

Malaysian novels about civil liberties

This week’s instalment of Writing the Nation examines the novel of the 1990s that addressed issues related to civil liberties.

Flowers In The Sky addresses Malaysian bigotry

Lee Kok Liang’s novel, written in 1981 after Malaysia had lived for a decade with the New Economic Policy and the National Language Policy, has lessons to offer on nation-building.