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Parents, Here’s Why You Should Monitor Your Babies’ Repeated Gestures

Babies undeniably have a magical hold on us as their inaudible murmur, contagious smile and laughter, and chubby cheeks instantly warm our hearts – demanding us to shower them with attention and affection.

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Legendary Skateboarder Becomes First Malaysian To Collaborate With US Footwear Brand Vans

The significance of the name Pa'din Musa might be lost on most people, but ask anyone who had the briefest brush with the Malaysian extreme sports scene and they will tell you; Pa'din Musa is a legend.

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The Top 3 Muslim Millennials’ Favorite Destinations Are In Asia

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Malaysia, Indonesia, and Japan have been named the three favourite destinations among millennial Muslims, according to a recent survey.

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Here Are The Headlines For Today:

Pic: Malaysian Digest

The English dailies today covered news concerned the government's assurance that measures will be taken in the event the oil price hovers at RM2.50 for three consecutive months, a frontman for an unscrupulous syndicate passing off as an aide to Batu MP Tian Chua as well as the high court asking that the six men charged with the murder of Kevin Morais to submit their defence.

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Starbucks’ Christmas Cups Accused Of Having ‘Gay Agenda’

NEW YORK: Christmas is right around the corner, which means it is time to embark on a modern American holiday tradition: over-analysing seasonally available Starbucks cups for signs of liberal nefariousness.

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This 12-Year-Old KL Schoolboy Just Beat 200,000 Competitors In An Int'l Spelling Bee Contest

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Balance between academic achievement and extracurricular activities have always been expounded to students so that they would be well-rounded individuals and it seems like 12-year-old Aariz Salimee Ilham Salimee have mastered this balancing act to a T following his outing at a regional spelling bee.

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“I'm Sorry We're Unable To Help But…” The Body Shop Responds To M’sian Photographer Racially Abused By Its Staff In Paris

Racial profiling is sadly still prevalent in the world, and last week, acclaimed Malaysian photographer and filmmaker Stefen Chow, shared in a Facebook posting how he was being discriminated by The Body Shop staff in Paris, France.

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[VIDEO] This Video Which Teaches Women How To Eat Without Smearing Their Lipstick Garners Close To 3 Million Views

Makeup and women go hand in hand. And the “beautyholics” know that it can be a tricky situation especially when eating – to make their lipstick last – which is almost impossible.

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Dying At Home Rather Than In Hospital, Elderly Japanese "Go To The Afterlife Quietly"

Pic: Reuters (Katsuo Saito, 89, who has leukaemia, uses an oxygen tube as he rests at his house in Tokyo, Japan, September 8, 2017.)

TOKYO - After he was diagnosed with leukaemia in July, Katsuo Saito decided not to treat it and opted for palliative care. He had a hard time finding a bed at a hospice or hospital, so he spent most of his remaining weeks at home.

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