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Part debutante ball, part coming-of-age ritual with religious overtones, the quinceañera is another casualty of the coronavirus.
An amendment to a global treaty will soon make it easier for countries to prosecute passengers on international flights who cause disruptions and delays or threaten the safety of the flight by tussling with other passengers or flight attendants.
With coral reefs threatened around the globe, it's time to try harder to protect them in the waters around Malaysia.
China’s Huangshan, which means yellow mountain in Mandarin, takes its name from the scenic landscape which covers much of the city’s vast geographic expanse.
Observers of Penang's modern history cannot help but notice that the island always has a knack for bravely forging its future, even when faced with seemingly insurmountable odds.
The Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) had conducted extensive research to suggest a regulatory framework for short-stay homes listed on platforms such as Airbnb, VRBO, Booking.com, HostAStay and MyCribBooking.com.
A report on biodiversity indicates that species are moving towards extinction more rapidly, and lays the blame for this on runaway consumption.
Hotels in Malaysia are sick of social media influencers asking for free stays. But they fear turning away Instagram and YouTube stars might lead to an online backlash.
Bernard Cornwell's latest, 'Fools And Mortals', is a tale full of life and atmosphere set in the days of Shakespeare at the height of his theatre.