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Malaysia's unequal citizenship laws are leaving families in distress

Malaysia is one of 25 countries that don't allow mothers to pass their citizenship on to their kids on an equal basis as fathers. These discriminatory citizenship laws need to change if Malaysia hopes to empower its women.


Greyhounds from Macau’s ‘worst racetrack’ get new lease on life

The National Greyhound Adoption Program in Philadelphia has pledged to take 100 dogs, including the five that exited a cargo plane on Nov 21 last year. David Wolf, who leads the greyhound rescue group, said his facility has accepted 33 greyhounds from Macau so far and has committed to take more than any other organisation in the world.


‘The Legal Lion Of The Commonwealth’ is an important legal legacy for Malaysia

This book brings together the landmark legal judgements of former Supreme Court judge Tan Sri Dr Eusoffe Abdoolcader.


Jang Na-ra on playing an empress in 'The Last Empress'

New K-drama thriller 'The Last Empress', starring Jang Na-ra, Choi Jin-hyuk and Shin Sung-rok, takes place in an alternate reality where modern-day Korea is a constitutional monarchy.


'Deals, Datus And Dayaks': Inside story of how Malaysia became Malaysia

Sarawak scholar Prof Michael Leigh, who has been living and working in that state since 1962 gives readers the inside story of how Malaysia became Malaysia.


Who do you think will win the 2018 Man Booker Prize?

We review all six of the novels shortlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize and find an eclectic and unusual collection.


Needed: One healthcare standard in Malaysia

A single legal healthcare standard that applies to both public and private healthcare sectors would ensure that all patients are protected by both statutory and common law.