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Asia & Oceania

You can find Japan's oldest mosque in Kobe

Japan’s first mosque still stands today in the quaint district of Kitano in Kobe.

Living

Human Writes: Finally ‘an addict shall be treated as a patient’

After four decades of tough, punitive drug policies, the government took the brave step of changing how the legal system views drug users.

Movie Review

‘How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’: Fanciful final flight

‘How To Train A Dragon: The Hidden World' brings the trilogy to a natural close, tying up all the loose ends not just for Hiccup and Toothless, but for the world they inhabit as well.

Books

Cartoonist Zunar on his sedition charges & fight for political reform

Zunar is more upbeat these days with his newfound freedom and works receiving mainstream attention. He also assures that his fight for political reform - through his cartoons - will continue.

Animals

Stop using bear bile, switch to better herbs

The traditional Chinese medicine industry of Malaysia calls for a stop to using bear bile and a switch to better herbal alternatives.

Living

Human Writes: Do you see drug addiction as a health problem or a criminal one?

Putting a drug addict in jail simply costs the public money. What about rehabilitating him or her instead?