Panda death in Thailand stirs suspicion in China

Chinese experts arrived in Thailand to investigate the death of a beloved giant panda, zoo officials said Thursday, as millions of netizens in China...

New Aussie law aims to help save Great Barrier Reef

Australia introduced stricter new laws to limit agricultural run-off into the waters surrounding the Great Barrier Reef Thursday, in an attempt to save the reef...

Canada’s Trudeau admits to racist ‘brownface’ makeup

by Michel COMTE Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a fervent advocate of the multiculturalism integral to Canadian identity, apologized Wednesday for wearing brownface makeup to...

Haze affects outdoor eateries as more customers opt to stay indoors

Singapore—The haze that has enveloped the country on unprecedented levels since 2015 is also causing a loss of income for open-air eateries, since unhealthy...

SDP agenda promising for the average Singaporean; pre-election rally Oct 19 at Hong Lim Park

Three issues will be the staple of the Singapore Democratic Party's (SDP) pre-election rally on Oct 19 at Hong Lim Park and these issues...

Mahathir’s son not in a rush to bid for Prime Minister’s post

After showing his intention to get into politics at a higher level in the Pakatan Harapan government, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir's son Mukhriz...

Manpower Minister Josephine Teo to young leaders: ‘Hope lies’ in focusing on job creation

Singapore—Josephine Teo, the country’s Minister for Manpower, emphasized that as much as the 4th Industrial Revolution has been about the loss of jobs because...

Number of cancelled flights due to haze escalates

As Air Pollutant Index readings in Penang breached 200 and entered "very unhealthy" levels yesterday, five SilkAir flights have been cancelled. Another flight bound for...

Malaysian govt faces criticism after giving out surgical masks instead of N95 masks to combat haze

Many Malaysians have taken to social media to call out their government for giving out surgical masks instead of N95 ones in order to...

Singapore Food Agency says no lapses were detected at Garrett Popcorn store after customer allegedly bit into rusty metal screw

The Singapore Food Agency (SFA) has said that it found no lapses when it inspected a Garrett Popcorn outlet, after receiving a complaint that...

Jalan Besar GRC MP Lily Neo ‘very concerned’ about Chin Swee Road child murder

Singapore— Lily Neo, a Member of Parliament for the area where the remains of a two-year-old girl were found last week in a cooking...

Progress Singapore Party organises very first walkabout, weeks after first step towards the next GE is announced

The Progress Singapore Party is organising its very first walkabout, weeks after the first firm step to the next General Election (GE) was announced,...

Peninsular Malaysia lost the moral high ground in Sabah & Sarawak under Najib

As we celebrate the 56th anniversary of Malaysia we can take...

What fake animal is this Media Literacy Council?

The kind word to describe the Media Literacy Council fiasco over...

The fast maturing of the Opposition

Do Singaporeans deserve or even want an Opposition? Sure, before the...

Zakir Naik’s Zealotry, Not A Zero-Sum Game

After all the spirited calls and consensus that an Indian-Muslim preacher...

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres said she dated the same woman as Brad Pitt

Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and actor Brad Pitt have several...

Jay Chou’s new song viewed over 1 million times in first eight hours

Mandopop singer Jay Chou's much anticipated new single has hit 1.93...

Enraged Spanish football fans taunt Valencia owner Peter Lim to “Quit” and “go home”

The unpopular sacking of head coach Marcelino Garcia Toral on September 11 ignited a...

Caucasian man spends a fortune to look like South Korean BTS’ Jimin

A white British man had his jaw shaved down, among other...