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The Jolabokaflod, or Christmas Book Flood, is a much-loved tradition that has been celebrated in Iceland since 1945.
'Broken', a four-episode documentary series, featured Malaysia on an episode about plastic recycling.
The most mysterious of the ‘stan’ countries, Turkmenistan is a destination worth checking out.
How Malaysian must you be before getting praised for contributing to Malaysia? People are not seeing the big picture about immigration, which can bring many benefits to a country.
A farm in Tanjung Malim, Perak, has been able to successfully breed sturgeon fish and harvest its luxurious byproduct, caviar, in Malaysia.
History books have shown us what Portuguese and Dutch texts said about Melaka in the 15th century. But what did poetry and navigators from the Middle East tell us?
Why do Malaysians persist in dumping waste willy-nilly? Does it all come down to dollars and a lack of sense? Legal landfills are filling up, so what do we do with it all – besides dumping it anywhere we want, heedlessly.
A theme park in Chiang Mai welcomes visitors who want to experience being in a foreign land but can’t afford to.
Malaysia not only struggles with disposing of its own plastic rubbish safely but is also importing plastic wastes from other countries. What gives, wonders Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.