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As a growing number of companies embrace teleworking as the new norm, a recent study reveals which cities in the world are the most freelance-friendly.
These developments offer an opportunity to reduce energy consumption, create strong links with a community, and make financial savings.
The South Korean zombie thriller is a smashing hit, having attracted more than 260,000 admissions in Malaysia since its sneak previews on July 15.
Airborne microplastics from traffic pollution may be entering the world's oceans at a similar rate to that of rivers, according to a new research.
New European research has found that despite the change in times, men and women all around the world still look for the same things when seeking a partner that they did three decades ago.
Braving the risk of infection, activists in Oslo make a last-ditch bid to save a building adorned with artwork designed by Spanish master painter Pablo Picasso.
Get inspired to take your cooking skills to the next level with dimsum entertainment.
New research finds that drinking filtered coffee may be better for your health than unfiltered, or even, not drinking coffee at all.
Now that travel has become such a precious commodity, perhaps it is time for us to re-think the way we do it.
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.