Marie Claire Malaysia sat down with the formidable Anupama Rao Singh, the former Unicef Regional Director for East Asia and Pacific, to talk about her experiences and the knowledge she’s gained from over 30 years with Unicef. Anupama has been instrumental in her work with children, especially in looking at how global crises affect children, [...]
Marie Claire compares Tinsel Town’s current bad boys to the hellraisers of before, and wonders if they’ve lost their bite.
Marie Claire weighs up the risks of waiting for the perfect man against the benefits of settling for the less-than-perfect alternative.
It’s been almost one year since Marie Claire Malaysia’s Anti-Snatch Theft Campaign, in which we called for safer streets and voiced our right to carry handbags in public without the threat of being robbed and assaulted. In the process of campaigning, we staged a brilliant celebrity photoshoot that saw Asha Gill, Bernie Chan, Stephanie Chai [...]
Cambodia`s recent ban on allowing its citizens to work as domestic helpers in Malaysia has forced us to take a long, hard look at the way we treat those who help us in our homes. Marie Claire asks why the concept of treating our maids as we ourselves would like to be treated seems so difficult to grasp.
Sergio Ramazzotti paints an intimate portrait of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, the first and still the only female president in African history, and a co-winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize in recognition for her tireless struggle for women’s rights.
It’s just light-hearted teasing and bickering – or is it? Marie Claire examines the tricky issue of verbal abuse
When it comes to flashing the cash, do you adore it or abhor it? This is MC’s handy guide to determining which side of the luxe line you walk.
SWING HIGH, SWING LOW There was a ripple of shock in April this year when the publicist for screen goddess Catherine Zeta-Jones confirmed that the Welsh film star was being treated for bipolar disorder. While Zeta-Jones herself was praised for her bravery in revealing her condition, many people remarked that they were unable to reconcile [...]
When it comes to choosing between work and our personal lives, can women ever win?