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In darkness, there is light: Where to start your dark tourism journey

We may not all be interested in going on a full-on dark tourism adventure, but we can always take some time off our regular holiday to check out a few places. All we need is an open mind, a willingness to learn, understand and accept, and maybe a pair of good walking shoes.


Edmund Yeo wins Best Director at Tokyo International Film Festival

Malaysian director Edmund Yeo received the award for 'Aqerat', a film about a desperate woman who gets involved in a human trafficking ring.

Science & Technology

Human brains found in mass grave that's over 80 years old

Scientists are amazed when they discover perfectly preserved human brains and a human heart in a mass grave from the late 1930s.


The Scottish Highlands are nature’s playground

Scotland’s capital is a pretty little city but the real Scotland lies up north on its highlands, and islands off the coast of North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Asia & Oceania

Cambodia to Thailand... and home, sweet home

Train of Thought: The last legs of the journey that brings the traveller back to Malaysia.


Solemn search: Identifying the bones of the unknown

Having successfully identified thousands of mass grave victims, a Bosnian organisation now turns its attention to the rest of the world.


Remembering Tsunami 2004: Diary of a disaster psychiatrist

The story of Aceh’s resilient people who overcame the odds in their journey to recovery.

Asia & Oceania

Trek through Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam

Forget yoga retreats, says this writer. If you want to find yourself in South-East Asia, try learning to dive, or jump on a motorbike.