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Here’s What You Never Knew About Lion Dancing

While we usher in the Year of the Dog, the celebration is incomplete without the clanging of cymbals, the pulsating beating of drums and the sounding of the gong, to accompany a lion dance performance.

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How Abdul-Jabbar Became Kareem And Decided To Talk About It

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has been a best-selling author, civil-rights activist, actor, historian and one of the greatest basketball players who ever lived.

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Man Tries Retrieving His iPhone 8 From Toilet Bowl, Guess What Happened Next?

In an embarrassing incident in China, a man was stuck in a squatting toilet for 20 minutes after sticking his right hand into the toilet bowl.

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[Photos] Petron Station Toilet Goes Viral For Being Fit For A King

It is no secret that in Malaysia, our public toilets are still far from being at a comfortable level. In fact, a website run by tourists once ranked Malaysian public toilets as the world's worst toilets.

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[VIDEO] Rahman Dahlan Reveals Conspiracy Surrounding Khairuddin’s Companies Acquiring Ijok Land Worth RM1.18Bil

Back in 1998, during the administration of former Selangor chief minister Tan Sri Abu Hassan Omar, two companies owned by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s strong supporter Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan, were given a 2,198.4 acres land in Felda Ijok, for development purposes.

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The Deadliest Mass Shootings In The US

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Three of the deadliest mass shootings in US modern history have occured in the last five months.

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Traditional Music Returns In Syria's War Torn Aleppo

Pic: Reuters (A boy plays the oud at the National Choral Institute in Aleppo, Syria February 9, 2018.A boy plays the oud at the National Choral Institute in Aleppo, Syria February 9, 2018.)

ALEPPO, Syria - Traditional musicians in Syria’s Aleppo say their art is flourishing again 13 months after fighting in the city ended, as new students learn the techniques of “Qoudud” singing.

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What Are Today's Headlines?

The English dailies today spotlighted on the arrest of three datuks involved in a forex scam while two others are still at large, the order by authorities to remove all cladding made out of flammable material and the unexpected growth of the nation’s economy.

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[VIDEO] Michelle Yeoh Gives Special Nod To M’sia In Star Trek: Discovery Season Finale

 Pic: Star Trek Official

Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh had a wee surprise for fans of the sci-fi television series, ‘Star Trek: Discovery,’ during its season finale, especially for those hailing from Malaysia.

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Those Abused Have Tendency To Become Abusers, Say Psychologists

KUALA LUMPUR -- Having a history of being abused or high level of stress and financial problems are the main factors contributing to abuse cases, including those involving employers and maids, according to psychologists.

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