In a landmark ruling, Lina Mukherjee, an Indonesian TikTok influencer, has been sentenced to two years in prison and fined IDR 250 million (US$16,200) for her contentious video, where she uttered "bismillah" before eating pork, igniting a debate on religious insensitivity in Indonesia.
During her honeymoon in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, a Chinese national woman uncovered hidden cameras in her Airbnb accommodation, sparking concerns about privacy and safety while traveling. The discovery left both her and her husband deeply distressed.
In a viral TikTok video, Munirah shares her harrowing experience of enduring relentless harassment on a Malaysian highway. This incident sheds light on the urgent need for women's safety and the importance of vigilance, prompting discussions on strategies to combat such situations.
NZ couple receives S$1,600 refund from SIA after unpleasant encounter with pet dog on long-haul flight
A New Zealand couple's Paris-to-Singapore flight with Singapore Airlines turned distressing as they endured an uncomfortable journey seated beside a snorting, flatulent emotional support dog. After a dispute, they were granted a refund of approximately S$1,600 (US$1,170).
Singapore's vibrant Chinatown, affectionately known as "牛车水," recently dazzled with Mid-Autumn Festival decorations. However, a lantern decoration on Upper Cross Street came loose, leading to double-decker bus disruptions and commuter frustrations on Thursday.
Malaysian teens’ respectful gesture: shaking and kissing PDRM officer’s hand after receiving summons
A viral video captures two teenagers receiving traffic summonses, presumably for not wearing helmets. Their respectful demeanor toward the police officer has earned praise from netizens.
A 7-year-old student in a Klang primary school was allegedly slapped by a teacher over a missing letter, resulting in severe swelling. The incident has sparked outrage and escalated into a police case, drawing attention to child abuse concerns in Malaysia.
A tragic incident occurred on Jalan Persiaran Utara in Putrajaya, Malaysia resulting in two lives lost and seven injured. A sand-laden trailer collided with vehicles, including a one-tonne lorry, seven cars, and five motorcycles. Traffic police officers were instructing the vehicles to halt for Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) route charting.
A 51-year-old administrative worker in Singapore lost S$76,000 in a scam triggered by a Facebook ad promoting eight Musang King mooncakes for around S$20. These funds were originally meant for her BTO flat down payment and renovation costs.
In a heartwarming story that's taken the internet by storm, a 7-year-old Malaysian boy's discreet act of slipping biscuits into his school bag to help save pocket money has captivated millions. His gesture of compassion and frugality is winning hearts worldwide.