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Food for the Philippines

Caring Malaysians have started a fundraising campaign involving food and beverage businesses to help feed millions displaced by Typhoon Haiyan.

Farewell, 2013

Tis’ the season for reflection

What should we learn from South Africa

As the year of 2013 draws to a close, many citizens feel that Malaysia is digressing especially on the issue of religious and racial harmony and of course the economy. In normal circumstances, when the economy is good, people will devote more time to enhance their income and less concerned about other issues.

Making the most of it

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.

Rooting for change

Dr G hopes that 2014 allows him to address essential health issues in his column.

The gift of love

Are Asian women more forgiving that their Western counterparts when it comes to infidelity?

Drooping Lily no more

Apart from Erectile Dysfunction, the blue pills have been used to treat life-threatening illnesses. Researches show that it can even keep flowers standing up straight for a week beyond their natural life span!

Sex during pregnancy

It is a cultural tendency not to associate expectant mothers with sexuality.

Hope after miscarriage

According to studies, women who had repeated miscarriages can have still have a healthy baby in the future.

The aftermath of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is poorly understood and can be unpredictable.