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“It’s the first time that a woman human-rights defender has been detained under SOSMA,” Lee Wei San, program coordinator at the All Women’s Action Society (AWAM), tells TIME.

Se trata de un espacio en transformación constante por la luz.

Un gran laberinto cuyas salidas se abren y rematan en el oceano.

Un resguardo creado por manos locales, contenido por el entorno selvatico, la bahia, y los eternos cambios de color en el cielo que vigila al mar abierto del Pacifico, permiten un espacio con infinitas perspectivas visuales y un resguardo enriquecido por la sintonia de la arquitectura con la naturaleza.

La maestría de la gastronomía mexicana vernácula complementa el arte de la conversación en espacios donde la luz actúa como un elemento transformativo, cambiando la escala y el volumen del espacio, así como nuestra percepción de él.

But for Osman, a 28-year-old from Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Malaysia's Sabah state, it is a "beautiful art". When she agreed to be followed by in the lead up to the biggest fight of her career, she was upbeat. In the weeks before a fight, she trains for at least five hours every day on a diet that many would consider extreme.

"Once you're in that cage, it actually reveals your true self," she says. For me, I'm a fighter." PRODUCER'S BLOG By Aela Callan She's up to her fourth hour of hard training in the gym for the day and Ann Osman is perplexed why we need to keep filming her. All I've seen her eat today is a salad - in the weeks leading up to the fight she will take liquids only in order to make weight in her category.

Targeted at females completely new to coding, Rails Girls provides free Ruby on Rails (a type of web application framework) workshops organised by a city’s respective local chapter.

Classes are designed to get women and girls exposed to computer programming and technology, and how they can use these to build their ideas.

On Wednesday morning, hundreds of women in yellow T-shirts marched to the parliamentary building in Kuala Lumpur, demanding the release of activist Maria Chin Abdullah, who was arrested last Friday.

They carried banners and placards that said: "Women 4 Maria" and "Free Maria."The march marks the fifth day since Chin, chairperson of Bersih 2.0, a pro-democracy and anticorruption coalition group, was arrested last Friday, on the eve of a massive Bersih protest in the Malaysian capital.

Guides and materials are also open sourced on for organisers to use at the workshop and for participants to refer to afterwards.

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