Japanese Gamer Remix Her Catchy Song With Malay Curse Words

One of the most fun and entertaining things about gaming is that you can meet new people online. Just log in to any lobby of any multiplayer game and you can have fun with people from all over the world and who knows, you might become best friends in real life. With that being said,...

Al Gore sees the world at ‘tipping point’ for climate action

The world is at a "positive tipping point" in the fight against climate change as surging oil and gas costs spur governments to decarbonise faster, former US Vice President and co-founder of Generation Investment Management Al Gore told Reuters. He pointed to the Inflation Reduction Act signed in August, a $430-billion (S$607 billion) bill seen as the...

Britons back new King Charles, so long as he keeps quiet

King Charles has enjoyed a surge in support since he succeeded Queen Elizabeth as Britain's new monarch, a poll has shown, but some of those mourning his late mother warn he must follow her example and keep his views to himself. A YouGov survey for the Times newspaper found backing for Charles, 73, had dramatically...

Juror in R Kelly’s trial suffers panic attack, couldn’t go on ‘one minute more’

  A juror in R Kelly's child pornography and obstruction of justice trial suffered a panic attack during around four hours of graphic closing arguments in the case as she couldn't bear to hear "one minute more". The white woman who works for a public library was excused by the judge at Dirksen US Courthouse, Chicago,...

High costs, Tokyo 2020 bribery scandal weigh on Japan’s Winter Olympics bid

A scandal involving illicit payoffs linked to last year’s Tokyo Olympic Games is continuing to widen in Japan, throwing a cloud over a campaign by the city of Sapporo win the right to host the 2030 Winter Olympics. Residents of Sapporo, the largest city in Japan ’s northernmost main island of Hokkaido, were already divided...

New Zealand ends most Covid-19 restrictions as pandemic worry eases

New Zealand scrapped mask wearing rules and vaccine mandates on Monday (Sept 12), bringing an end to some of the toughest Covid-19 pandemic rules in the world about two years after they were put in place. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a weekly news conference that it was time to safely turn the page...

Chinese Internet Celeb Qi Jiale In Tears After Ex-Boyfriend Releases Private Footage As Revenge Porn

You do crazy things when you’re in love. It may leave you vulnerable, and open to judgement but hey, you are in love! And in an ideal world, it would be okay. Unfortunately, some people don’t always treasure the trust you’ve given them. Chinese internet celebrity Qi Jiale (戚佳丽) recently went viral for appearing in a...

The Reason Why This Mother Helped Her Husband Raped 11yo Daughter

Where else could we feel safe if not in our own home? Our parents are supposed to be our protectors, but it appears that child sexual misconduct by stepfathers or even fathers is a common occurrence that will eventually leave a permanent scar in the lives of the victims. A video had gone viral detailing the perverted...

Mourners mark Princess Diana’s death in Paris, 25 years on

Mourners marked the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's death in Paris on Wednesday (Aug 31), laying flowers and leaving messages on the bridge above the underpass where she was killed in a car crash. Blooms and pictures of Diana adorned the gold-leaf covered Flame of Liberty, a replica of the torch of the Statue of...