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The columnist examines cross-species diseases like coronavirus can occur because of new human consumption habits.
UNLESS you are a durian purist who only believes in eating durian in its natural form and abhor any confectionery made with durian, you’ll love durian crepe.
A painting, a song, a dance and a novel – these are all forms of expression. So too, is a film as art and literature are all forms of expressions.
Social media has been both a boon and a bane. On one hand, it has democratised information, connected billions of people, allowed people to create awareness on current issues, allowed government and agencies to reach out to the people and even made education more accessible.
Even way over in Malaysia, we have every reason to be concerned about the ripple effect that such policies can cause internationally.
It is important to oppose Donald Trump's travel ban because it concerns the United States - a beacon of liberal democracy.
The Muslim minorities in France and Switzerland are as entitled to human rights as the minorities in Malaysia.
Ketamine is popular as a “club drug” because it induces dissociation and hallucination.
The right to travel abroad is a constitutional right guaranteed by the Federal Constitution.
Good work can come without fanfare, opportunism and populism.