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Dark side of the moon: 'Orang Bulan' offers a sci-fi tale about climate change and loneliness
The construction of the Siam-Burma railway, aka the Death Railway, claimed tens of thousands of lives. Among them was a large group of Sikhs, whose role was little known.
It’s time for the cruise industry to reassess their health and safety standards in the wake of the new world that undoubtedly awaits travellers at the end of this Covid-19 pandemic.
A large group of Malaysians are currently stranded in Lukla, Nepal, unable to fly out after the country imposed a seven-day lockdown on March 24.
Skin grafts can prove life-saving for burns victims, which is why health authorities are scrambling to quickly secure donor stocks for the victims of the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand on Dec 9., 2019.
At United Plantations’ Jenderata Estate, worker’s welfare is a high priority
Five manuscripts have been chosen to be in the running for this award that promotes Asian content for children's books.
Singapore’s Little India is bustling despite tighter controls after the December 2013 riot.
They perished in a snowstorm on Matterhorn mountain on Aug 18, 1970 and were never found until last September, when a thaw laid bare their remains.