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Arts

'Enough silence': Artist honours victims of 1965 Indonesian mass killing

Indonesian artist Dadang Christanto is consumed by the events of a dark period in Indonesian history – the mass killing and communist purge of 1965-66 that saw almost a million people murdered.

Music

Learning from Tun Dr Siti Hasmah’s musical talent

Tun Dr Siti Hasmah is an accomplished violinist and pianist. She and her husband Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad are a “cultured” couple who understands what arts and culture is all about. Tun Siti Hasmah is an icon (in more ways than one), and we want our young to emulate her taste, talent and inclination towards the arts.

Environment

Scientists join battle against Indonesia's devastating peatland infernos

Indonesian peat fires in 2015 were estimated to have caused up to 100,000 premature deaths and cost the economy RM65bil.

Living

Human Writes: Innocent lives are being lost in Duterte's bloody 'war on drugs'

People in the Philippines have been pushed to the point of protest by their president’s bloodthirsty ‘war on drugs’.

Music

Metallica fans in Malaysia band together for MetalliCarnival

Malaysian Magnetic #449's first MetalliCarnival on Sept 17 is set to give Metallica fans in Malaysia the ultimate experience.

Asia & Oceania

5 amazing things from 5 Asean countries

Asean has 10 member countries that offer a myriad of experiences to savour and be enthralled by. Here are a sample of some.

Environment

The future of nuclear energy

The number of atomic reactors has declined since 2002, but may be set to rise again.

Wellness

The advantages of universal health coverage

Malaysia is moving towards public-private partnerships to strengthen universal health coverage, but experts say private insurance schemes should be supplementary and countries should increase public funding to meet growing population demands.

People

Baths, prayers and tea: Beating drug addiction the traditional way

Indonesia is using more traditional means of drug rehabilitation as funding for rehab dips.