Kim Jong Un’s Half-Brother Assassinated by Women with Poison Needles, Reports Say
If confirmed as an assassination, it would be the highest-profile killing of a North Korean since Kim Jong Un’s uncle Jang Song Thaek was executed in late 2013.
My Visit to 'The World's Greatest Chinese Restaurant'
During a layover in Kuala Lumpur, I found myself hungry and with plenty of time to kill. So I decided to check out Restoran Sek Yuen, which one blog had recently deemed the world’s greatest Chinese restaurant.
A Skater's Paintings Reveal the Rise of Malaysian Street Art
Skater turned artist Donald Abraham pushes the street art aesthetic into Kuala Lumpur's galleries.
This Woman’s Living Room Is Kuala Lumpur’s Best Persian Restaurant
After posting online and consulting with friends on the city’s best Persian food, I find myself in the plainly-decorated apartment of Iranian expat Ainaz Reihani.
Female Circumcision Is Becoming More Popular in Malaysia
In a recent study, 93 percent of Malaysian Muslim women admitted to being circumcised. We took a look at what's driving this painful boom.
Photos of Hindus Cleansing Their Sins at Malaysia's Thaipusam Festival
Devotees, some of them with skewers stuck through their cheeks or hooks in their backs, climb 272 steps to demonstrate their devotion to their god.
The Malaysian Authorities Are After Some Teen Girls for Being Hugged and Kissed by a K-Pop Group
The girls lived out a teenaged fantasy onstage, but now the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department wants them to turn themselves in for an "indecent act."
Meet The Filmmaker Behind Unreal Hyperlapse Tours Of Barcelona And Other Cities
"Barcelona GO!" creator Rob Whitworth talked to us about the stunning worlds of his timelapse 'city portraits.'
George Bush and Tony Blair Are Officially War Criminals
We talked to the commissioner of the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Commission, which, unlike the International Criminal Court in the Hague, has found George W. Bush and Tony Blair responsible for crimes against peace.