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Simon Yam back in Hong Kong for further treatment after stabbing

Simon Yam returned to Hong Kong last Saturday night and has been admitted to the intensive care unit at Adventist Hospital.

How the 'John Wick Vs NBA player' library fight was filmed

The third chapter in 'John Wick' films has many impressive sequences. But 'Parabellum' kicks off with one of the most innovative action scene filmed in a library where a book can become a weapon. Read on to see how they did it.

Yeoh Choo Kuan adds dark twist to traditional Chinese landscape art

Contemporary artist Yeoh Choo Kuan’s monochromatic works on canvas have an uncanny resemblance to traditional Chinese landscape paintings.

Aquaman’s tragicomedy history of dead babies and missing hands

Aquaman has had to endure comedy stereotypes and personal tragedies throughout his long history.

Massage yourself with the help of a ball

As not all of us can afford to pay for a professional masseuse, self-massage techniques are an easy option to learn that can help soothe those sore muscles.

System letting victims down

A recent murder case that has been in the headlines is fuelling a public debate on South Korea’s handling of domestic abuse and the consequences its victims often face.

Malaysian actor Lawrence Wong nearly quit showbiz before 'Yanxi Palace'

After acting in numerous Malaysian and Singaporean productions, Johor-born Lawrence Wong decided to leave it all behind and pursue an acting career in China.

Beautiful Stripes: Is bad publicity better than no publicity at all?

Columnist Patsy Kam is ready with her popcorn as she watches the dramas unfold in Malaysia's fashion and beauty scene, including the Neelofa kerfuffle and the body-shaming debacle.

Forks, mayonnaise, ice baths: 5 weird beauty secrets of celebrities

From forks to mayonnaise and even ice baths, here is a look some questionable and weird beauty secrets of the rich and famous.

Meditation and the art of trying to think about nothing

'But Then Again' columnist Mary Schneider finds out that the more you try to think of nothing, the more you think about trying to think of nothing.