NGOs say human traffickers have lured as many as 100-thousand across Asia into “fraud-factories”
Government officials take steps to prevent another incident like it
What do Malaysians expect from their new prime minister and his administration?
At least 17 people are missing
In lawless areas of Southeast Asia, victims are trafficked and forced to take part in online scams
Observers say revisionist history is part of a trend on social media to accompany positive posts about Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and negative ones for current Vice President Leni Robredo
Corruption concerns cloud plans by the health ministry
Traditional brick and mortar businesses lose workers to digital gig jobs
Raymond Woo of Malaysia Retail Chain Association says people behind microbusinesses were often retrenched in recent months or took substantial pay cuts.
Three Malaysians at three different stages of life talk about how they’re facing the country’s economic uncertainty.
How ordinary Malaysians are helping to protect the country’s frontlines.
Across the impoverished country you’ll find children going to work instead of school so they can help support their families.