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Against a Covid-19 backdrop, 2021 new year resolutions among Malaysians include rolling with the punches and not taking things for granted.
Before the war, Yemen had a small but budding performing arts and theatre industry.
The 63-year-old says says she fortunately only lost her sense of smell and taste and had 'a little bit of a cough' and dehydration after testing positive. In a video shared on Instagram, she says she's since tested negative.
In these tough economic times, pockets of Malaysians are supporting small food businesses and local vendors in their own ways.
What kind of basic equipment do you always take with you?A sleeping bag and mat are very important. It is often possible to do without a tent.
For centuries on a small, forested island in the Baltic Sea, women in headscarves and striped red skirts have done most of the work: from farming to lighthouse keeping, leading church services and even dressing up as Santa Claus at Christmas.
With restricted movement and shutdowns, shelters and vets are hard hit by the virus crisis.
Romantic comedies are a good choice for pausing pandemic anxiety for a few hours.
After every party it’s time to clean up and Mount Everest is no different. The record number of climbers crowding the world’s highest mountain this season has left a government clean up crew grappling with how to clear away everyone's trash.
There is a huge debate over whether drug prices in Malaysia should be regulated by the government in order to improve accessibility and affordability for patients.