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The Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery (BNM MAG) may have temporarily closed its doors amid the pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped the gallery from continuing to engage with visitors.
Cafe manager Renik Jayanasen Fair liaises with deaf workers to improve his communication skills with his deaf wife.
Industrial pollution on this ribbon of land between New Orleans and Baton Rouge puts the mostly African-American residents at nearly 50 times the risk of developing cancer than the national average.
Introducing individual carbon quotas means setting a precise carbon footprint per individual on a city or country scale, deemed necessary in light of the effects of the climate crisis and the urgent need to cool the planet.
Sarawak Heritage Ordinance to be fully enforced this year, says state minister
There are various factors fuelling the continuing vaccine hesitancy among some Malaysians, which need to be tackled now.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) recently partnered with the World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA) on a set of guidelines, designed to ensure travel experiences are respectful and led by the indigenous communities themselves.
China wants its women to have more children but for many young people, the government's big promises of support mean little because of soaring living costs and changing mindsets about families.
The fourth edition of UNICEF and UNFPA’s Families on the Edge report shows that more needs to be done to help low-income families recover from the pandemic.
The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac), in collaboration with the Sarawak government, is in the process of elevating the city of Kuching to be recognised in the Unesco Creative Cities Network (UCCN) under the gastronomy category.