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Powerhouse vocalist Janet Lee wants Malaysians to be ‘positively curious’ about the unfamiliar.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian publishers have come out strongly against e-book piracy, which they say is becoming very widespread on e-commerce platforms.
THERE has been a strong shift of opinion in Malaysia towards the Rohingya refugees since the outbreak of the pandemic, especially among the country's Muslim majority.
There is a defiant spirit among Malaysian indie booksellers to keep the reading habit alive in country under Covid-19 shutdown.
PASSIONATE about films, a young lecturer is holding free screenings of local movies for Ipoh folk.
SIngapore (Dec 1): "Scales" aka "Sayidat Al Bahr", directed by Saudi Arabian first-time filmmaker, Shahad Ameen, was named as the best film in the Asian feature competition at the 30th edition of the Singapore International Film Festival.
Malachi Edwin Vethamani charts Malaysia’s short story landscape with his anthology in English, to be launched at the George Town Literary Fest this month.
LOS ANGELES: For its 30th edition the Singapore International Film Festival has avoided programming novelty and instead focused on assembling excellence – mostly indie titles – from Asia and further afield.
Local farmers will lose right to sell own seeds if international convention is ratified, claims group
PETALING JAYA: Some 21 associations and organisations representing farmers and public interest groups joined forces to air their concerns to the Federal Government on the far-reaching implications of ratifying the Swiss-based International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (Upov) 1991 Convention.