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Nusantara Audiobooks is on a mission to promote listening to books if you don't have time to read.
It looks great, sounds great, and has some magnificent moments – but this supernatural period piece just tries too hard.
'The Last Days', the second novel by William Tham Wai Liang, cuts through the murky layers of Malaysian history.
French designer Agnes B., who is also a lifelong activist for progressive causes, thinks she has "nothing to do with that world where everyone is in a bubble".
Toxic smoke from Indonesia's wildfires have raised carbon dioxide emissions to frightening levels, but what has Malaysia and Malaysians really done to face the heat of climate crisis?
Eating an apple a day can keep the doctor away, but most of us might not be actually eating the part of the fruit that gives us the most health benefit.
You go to a Quentin Tarantino movie for the journey, for the inglorious nitty gritty details, and to wonder "what the hell just happened" when you walk out of the cinema. 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' may not rank as one of Tarantino’s best films, but it checks all those boxes perfectly.
Preserving forests is not just important for native communities to survive, but for all us, in tackling the climate crisis.
Canadian-Chinese actor Simu Liu has been cast as Shang-Chi, the Chinese superhero to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Liu is best known for playing Jung in TV sitcom Kim's Convenience.