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Humanity had the chance to come out of the Covid-19 pandemic better than before, but we’re not doing that.
Tunku Kamariah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Almarhom Sultan Iskandar debuts her inaugural solo exhibition in an intimate set up
Ummi Kalthum Junid uses onion peel, potato skin and beetroot to colour fabrics which are then turned into decorative works of art.
Malaysians are also rallying to show their pride for the baju kurung, posting up pictures of the traditional dress in response to a controversial idea that it is no longer worn.
The pandemic has made it even more difficult for rural patients in Sarawak to access cancer treatment, underscoring the urgent need to upgrade healthcare facilities.
What kind of health information can be shared with the public without the individual’s permission?
For the women in rural Sarawak, screening for breast cancer isn't practical: it costs just too much to get to a big specialist hospital. It also takes too long, which means losing income. Two Sarawakian women are determined to campaign for better healthcare services for rural women.
The teen from Port Klang was diagnosed with the disease when she was just three.
With over 3,000 artefacts, this museum holds the vast history of the Royal Malaysia Police.