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Grab Malaysia’s 'Break The Silence' campaign has helped Malaysia become one of the few countries where regulations allow the deaf or hearing-impaired to obtain a commercial driver’s licence.
The nest is empty, life is less stressful and time is aplenty, so it’s time to live well and explore having fun with your partner (in more ways than one).
The art of judging and appreciating durians is often limited to durian experts but through durian competitions, consumers will indirectly learn how to differentiate a good durian from a bad one.
One of Malaysia's most magnificent waterfalls, Lusong Laku, can be found at this hard-to-reach and little-known area in Sarawak.
Over 3,000 people took part in a month-long no sugar test and the results were overwhelmingly positive as challengers reported a raised awareness of what's in their food.
In all his years of being in the travel industry, this tour leader has met so many interesting tourists and lived through countless travel experiences. Here are just some of his stories from his latest trip.
The friendship drama 'A Million Little Things' starts off well but loses focus fast. It revolves around a group of friends struggling to cope with the death of one of their group.
A Star2 deputy editor went a day without her smartphone (gasp!) and actually enjoyed it.
YA author Marieke Nijkamp's book evokes the hokey thriller drama of a 1970s mystery TV show, where the heroine arrives in a creepy small town that harbours a dark secret.
The Oscar-nominated documentary centres on the oldest interracial marriage in America, but behind that is a tale of family conflict and battles over the best care for an ageing mother.