A portrait of Khairy Jamaluddin

Khairy Jamaluddin: “badass” Malaysian cabinet minister and Men’s Health cover model

Described variously as a “rebel”, a “badass” and even a “revolutionary”, Khairy Jamaluddin is something of a one-off in Malaysian politics. The minister for youth and sports might just be the ruling coalition’s intermediary to the younger generation, and here he discusses identity politics, the nation’s embattled prime minister and whether he might one day […]

A portrait of Khairy Jamaluddin
Khairy Jamaluddin: “badass” Malaysian cabinet minister and Men’s Health cover model

Described variously as a “rebel”, a “badass” and even a “revolutionary”, Khairy Jamaluddin is something of a one-off in Malaysian politics. The minister for youth and sports might just be the ruling coalition’s intermediary to the younger generation, and here he discusses identity politics, the nation’s embattled prime minister and whether he might one day […]

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The Malaysian scientist pioneering an alternative cancer treatment

Malaysian scientist Chern Ein Oon has been lauded for her cancer research seeking an alternative to chemotherapy. She discusses her work, societal expectations and the difficulties women face in her field

Malaysian scientist Chern Ein Oon has been lauded for her cancer research seeking an alternative to chemotherapy. She discusses her work, societal exp…

Colin Firth in The Railway Man
Oscar-winner Colin Firth on football, filming in Thailand and spotting the perfect script

Colin Firth has cemented his place as a go-to gentlemanly heartthrob, but the British actor has also proved his versatility, turning his hand to a wide range of characters in recent years. He discusses some of those roles – including his turn in the recently released film, Genius – and talks filming The Railway Man in Thailand

Colin Firth has cemented his place as a go-to gentlemanly heartthrob, but the British actor has also proved his versatility, turning his hand to a wid…

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Sydney Schanberg (left) talks with Dith Pran at the New York Times office in 1980. Schanberg, the Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent for the New York Times, whose coverage of Cambodia along with Pran in the 1970s inspired the film The Killing Fields, died on 9 July
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