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I>Celebrate The Sea/I>, a marine imagery festival, will be staged at Mid Valley Megamall's Exhibition Centre this August. It promises to be a unique event for Malaysia. What's on offer will be an exhibition of marine arts and crafts, underwater documentaries, painting contests as well as a presentation of innovative diving equipment. And that's not all.
Tara Sosrowardoyo. It#8217;s not exactly a name that rings a bell with Malaysians but among professional photographers, it#8217;s a name that commands respect. And in some other circles, it#8217;s a name that says #8216;the PM#8217;s son-in-law#8217;. Tara, as he is called, is married to DatinPaduka Marina Mahathir but has, thus far, always preferred to stay out of the picture, so to speak. Now, an exhibition of hiswork being mounted in Kuala Lumpur has finally forced him out from behind the camera. He talks to MENG YEW CHOONG about his work and life with his famous relations.
If your children can#8217;t get enough of animals, this is the first of a two-part guide to books that will satisfy anyone#8217;s thirst for stories about the creatures which share our beautiful planet.
Class by class, students at M.V. Leckie Elementary, in Washington, filed up to the freshly poured cement walkway. They dropped to their knees and pressed their palms and fingers into the mush, beginning the transformation of a patch of barren land into a flowering memorial.
The SARS killer virus has lately assailed four-footed victims as well. Last week, I>The Star/Ireported that rumours of animals and pets being potential carriers of the disease resulted in a surge in Hong Kong pet owners unceremoniously disowning and abandoning their animals at the local SPCA or simply letting them loose on the streets.
It has been 50 years since Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first men to reach the summit of Mount Everest. ALLAN KOAY speaks to Edmund's son Peter, who scaled the mountain last year with Tenzing's son Jamling to make a National Geographic film that commemorates the day the world's highest peak was conquered - May 29, 1953.