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Reflecting On The Law

Let us be the change we want to see

We need to mend bridges, tear down walls and revive the spirit of 1957 and 1963.

AseanPlus News

Tea and wine, and the twain shall meet

DURING one of his visits to Europe, President Xi Jinping referred to tea and wine as beverages symbolising the difference and compatibilities between Chinese and European cultures. Indeed, a cross-civilisation perspective better reflects the new dimension of China-Europe relations in recent years.

World

Austria to shut Saudi-backed religious dialogue centre in rights protest

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's government said on Wednesday it plans to shut a Saudi-funded centre for religious dialogue in Vienna after parliament urged it to try to prevent the possible execution of a teenager in Saudi Arabia over acts committed when he was a minor.

Nation

UAE's Sharjah is World Book Capital 2019

SHARJAH: Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates is officially the World Book Capital of 2019, the first city in the Gulf region to be bestowed the title by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco).

Metro News

Appreciating Ipoh’s heritage with brush strokes

ART can evoke the feeling of pleasure and relaxation as well as being a great way to connect with others.

Europe

Design Museum in London wins coveted European Museum of the Year Award

The Design Museum in London beat 39 other finalists to win the coveted European Museum of the Year Award, becoming the sixth British winner in the award’s 41-year history.

People

This Unesco programme is now in Malaysia

The key to addressing social challenges is in formulating policies that are based on evidence-based research.

Books

Review: Visions For Peace

Malaysia may be governed by politicians, but we each have a responsibility in our role of making Malaysia the best it can be in our own unique ways.

Letters

Fostering harmony

From DATUK HALIMAH MOHD SAID, President Association of Voices of Peace, Conscience and Reason (PCORE)