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Top 10 Movies of 2013

Top 10 Movies of 2013

Resident movie critic, Wai presents his list of the best movies of 2013.

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Putrajaya: The Actors (Prologue)

Putrajaya: The Actors (Prologue)

Presenting a LoyarBurok exclusive, a Malaysian serialised novel, Putrajaya: The Actors by H.N. Roman.

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Ultimate Resolution: Live Your Life!

Ultimate Resolution: Live Your Life!

Ho Kit Yen has some advice for those of us still in New Year mode.

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Fighting the Inevitable

Fighting the Inevitable

Woon King Chai reflects on moving on at the start of 2014.

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Book Review: And The Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini

Book Review: And The Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini

Daniel Teoh reviews Khaled Hosseini’s latest offering.

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Suamiku, Isteriku dan Negaraku

Suamiku, Isteriku dan Negaraku

Tramizi Hussin mendalami fenomena hiburan Malaysia kini.

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Dear Paprika: It is Still Not Safe — Not Even For Men

Dear Paprika: It is Still Not Safe — Not Even For Men

Pepper Lim laments the police’s blasé attitude towards crime.

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Kehadapan Paprika: Malaysia Masih Tidak Selamat Untuk Sesiapapun

Kehadapan Paprika: Malaysia Masih Tidak Selamat Untuk Sesiapapun

Pepper Lim gusar tentang sikap polis yang tidak endah tentang jenayah.

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LB Movie Review: Thor – The Dark World

LB Movie Review: Thor – The Dark World

Does this just pale in comparison with the Thor of yesteryear?

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What Depression Really Means

What Depression Really Means

A depressive shares about her depression.

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LB Movie Review: Gravity

LB Movie Review: Gravity

Sci-fi or not, Wai describes the stunning experience to be had with Alfonso Cuaron’s latest work.

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Book Review: Yasmin, How You Know?

Book Review: Yasmin, How You Know?

Daniel Teoh reviews this poignant recollection of Yasmin Ahmad, as remembered by those close to her.

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LB Movie Review: Prisoners

LB Movie Review: Prisoners

Wai reviews this inescapably dark movie and finds it ultimately rewarding.

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Why I Quit My Job: Changing Lanes, Climbing Peaks

Why I Quit My Job: Changing Lanes, Climbing Peaks

Raphael Kok shares why he quit as a litigation lawyer at one of Malaysia’s biggest firms.

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Papers, Please: The Game

Papers, Please: The Game

A game about paperwork. A game about humanity.

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Esperanto Tourism in ASEAN

Esperanto Tourism in ASEAN

Sinjoro Eng asks, ‘Why not advance Malaysian tourism with Esperanto?’

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Dress Like A Lawyer: 5 Tips for Building Your Pupillage Wardrobe

Dress Like A Lawyer: 5 Tips for Building Your Pupillage Wardrobe

Dress to impress, and for success!

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Tanda Putera: It’s Not All that Bad

Tanda Putera: It’s Not All that Bad

Helena Michael watches and reviews the controversial Tanda Putera and comes back with unexpected insight.

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An Afternoon with The Lady

An Afternoon with The Lady

LoyarBurokker Gaythri moves the needle in Myanmar, with Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Dear Paprika: I Allowed a Doctor to Inject You With a Virus

Dear Paprika: I Allowed a Doctor to Inject You With a Virus

Pepper Lim tells the story of how vaccinations came to be.

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