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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.

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.

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.

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.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

2020 is all about change, and Life Inspired did just that with a fresh makeover!

This month, we speak to 3 female icons about empowerment and more - read it for FREE this week.