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Oiled-Up Tongan Olympic Cross-Country Skier Who 'Broke The Internet' By Baring His Ripped Torso Says 'They Should Get A Stronger Internet'

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The oiled-up athlete who reportedly ‘broke the internet’ after he bared his six pack for the second time at an Olympic Opening Ceremony said today: ‘They should get a stronger internet.’

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Go Micro: Are Micro-Homes The Future For KL-Ites?

KUALA LUMPUR: Can excessive car spaces in Kuala Lumpur’s city core be converted into micro homes to create new living spaces for people to move back into the city?

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Kawaii Miisa's Stylish Take On Cosplay With Hijab Wows The World

KANGAR: Wearing a hijab should not hinder one’s stylish foray into cosplay, which can be associated with suggestive styles.

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Sabahan Mermaid's Dream Come True

KOTA KINABALU: After almost four decades, a 51-year-old woman realised her dream to become a "mermaid".

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[VIDEO] Intel’s Winter Olympics Light Show Featured A Record-Breaking 1,218 Drones

The Olympics opening ceremony is always a big show, and this year was no exception, with Intel joining in on the fun with a record-setting performance of 1,218 Shooting Star drones flying in sync to create huge light-up images of Olympic sports and the iconic Olympic rings in the skies over Pyeongchang.

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12th KK Jazz Festival Promises An Exciting Time For Aficonados

KOTA KINABALU: The 12th KK Jazz Festival promises to showcase an exciting array of renowned and up-and-coming local and international talents throughout its glittering, two-night extravaganza next month.

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Keep It Human And Visual, Says U.N. Guide To Talking Climate

Pic: ReutersLONDON: Scientists should ease off using graphs and numbers to talk to the public about climate change and instead speak through human stories and colourful metaphors, or climate warnings may fall on deaf ears, U.N. experts say.

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One Of Oldest English School In Southeast Asia Bestowed Heritage Status

Pic: BernamaGEORGE TOWN: One of the oldest English medium schools in Southeast Asia, the 202-year-old Penang Free School (PFS), has been bestowed heritage status by the National Heritage Department.

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Ancient Egyptian Beer-Making Facilities Found By Archaeologists

Excavation of an ancient Egyptian site has found evidence of beer and bread-making in a newly discovered building complex.

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Two Bacteria Revealed As Culprits Behind Colon Cancer In New Study

Two species of bacteria work cooperatively to trigger colon cancer tumors, a study published Thursday reports.

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