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For decades, the DNA of living organisms we use for food has been modified, but the invention of Crispr made gene editing more widely accessible to help cure genetic disorders, among others.
Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram is worried about how little governments are doing to address the climate crisis.
Financial grants like the Krishen Jit Fund are vital to keep local arts projects alive.
Where Malaysian arts and culture is concerned, grassroots communities are leading the way. Here are five voices of the people for the people.
All over the world, heritage tourism – the practice of travelling to places of historical and cultural significance – remains an enduring form of travel. How then do cities in Malaysia preserve its heritage while providing quality experiences to tourists?
Turning a small tea outlet into a global brand is no mean feat. Bryan Loo recalls his first taste in business and reveals how he plans to become the leading lifestyle tea player one cup at a time.
Moka Mocha Ink, an indie publisher, is creating an impressive niche for itself in the local publishing scene and contemporary theatre community.
Malaysian Zheng Xi Yong is making strides in musical theatre overseas ... and here at home too. He is set to appear in the 'Don't Let Usman Awang Know' show in KL this week.
More than a few Korean dramas and films are diving into supernatural themes, fuelled by success of the horror genre especially after 'Train To Busan'.
Here is a look at notable female bosses – both from within Malaysia and around the world – who have made strides with their respective brands.