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SHE keeps herself active and productive by growing vegetables.
The way people live, work and play has been transformed by good connectivity.
LOVE is in the air at Kampung Baru Bemban but it is more about honouring the village’s elderly folk.
THEY may be staying in the city but their attachment to the village remains strong.
YOU can tell the difference between one crustacean and the other, once you have tasted the prawns in Kampung Baru Timah.
People continue to line up for the rojak in Kampung Baru Pasir Pinji in Ipoh. Never mind that the price is RM6 per packet.
The historical Malayan Emergency settlements are beginning to reinvent themselves economically by venturing into tourism.
KAMPUNG Baru Ampang Baru near Ipoh is known as “An Bang Xin Cun” in Chinese.
The trend of youths leaving New Villages in droves for the cities may be slowly reversing itself.
The Year of the Dog is set to kick off with debate on the fate of three major political parties.