Gateway to the wild: Visitors making their way to Sunway Lagoon’s newly refurbished Wildlife Park which hosts various species of exotic animals.
Special therapy: Children from the Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory undergoing hydrotherapy at the association’s centre in Petaling Jaya.
Hazard: The swimming pool of this abandoned bungalow is full of stagnant water and poses a dengue risk for nearby residents.
Good turnout: Adults and children observing Earth Hour at the National Planetarium. — Photos by FAIHAN GHANI

Theme park introduces white lions to its Wildlife Park

Homes and welfare organisations facing severe shortage of funds

Unkempt swimming pools are dengue hazards

Planetarium marks Earth Hour with movie screening, forum and photography sessions


Butterworth temple sanctified in grand style

New look: Devotees gathering around the Sree Maha Mariamman Devasthanam Temple in Jalan Tokong Lama during its consecration ceremony.

THOUSANDS of devotees gathered for the consecration ceremony of Sree Maha Mariamman Devasthanam Temple in Jalan Tokong Lama, off Jalan Jeti Lama, Penang.

Kids’ creativity unleashed at art camp

Opening minds: The participants of Pirate Ocean Project listening to a talk during the exhibition at The Star Pitt St.

A N ocean display complete with a seabed filled with a wide variety of marine life such as seagrass, seashells, lobsters, crabs, shrimps and jellyfish greeted visitors at the Pirate Ocean Project (POP) art exhibition in Penang.


The world through my brother’s eyes

Special bond: Angelina with her brother Frankie showing two copies of the book.

GROWING up with an autistic brother, Angelina Lim, 19, understands why her brother is different from others and she has compiled her poems about him into a book.

Ultra-light tackle offers much excitement when catching small fish

Plenty of options in the water: The ponds at Wong’s farm in Karak, Pahang, are stocked with species such as ‘lampam’, ‘ikan hantu’, ‘kaloi’ and grass carp.

Size does matter when it comes to fishing. It is not about how big the catch is but how light an angler optimises his tackle to make the trip worthwhile.



For print-focused businesses

Vibrant results: (From left) Epson Malaysia country manager Shimizu Tomoya; Lee; and Epson Malaysia senior manager for commercial and industrial sales Dickson Lee with examples of material printed with the company’s textile and direct-to-garment printers.

Epson, a leader in digital imaging and printing solutions, last week showcased its full range of commercial and industrial printers that are designed to deliver efficiency, versatility and capability for today’s diverse professional imaging needs.


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