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China market for durians

A trip to China recently had durian farmer Wong Kok Leong thinking of the huge export potential of the king of fruits.


Famed D24 durians being exported to Australia

Thanks to new packing methods, the famed D24 durians from a tiny village here have made their way to Australia, which is known for its strict rules against imported agricultural items.


Pollution affects supply of durians and petai

Durians and I>petai/Iwill become a scarcity in the Klang Valley because of the pollution of Sungai Selangor, which is already causing the death of I>berembang/Itrees and the fading of the firefly colony in Kuala Selangor.


All revved up for motor race

More than 200 drivers in 77 teams are set to compete at the Sepang F1 Circuit Saturday in what is billed as the biggest racing event in Asia.


Remote village full of activity

Deep inside Kampung Tajin, villagers do not leave their homes at night for fear of ghosts which they claim wander through a 100-year-old burial ground in the area.


Durian flavour for motor race

There will be a distinct flavour to this year#8217;s Merdeka Millennium Endurance (MME) race, which is the fifth in the series.


Have eye-catching labels on fruit products

Manufacturers of fruit-based products should make it a priority to provide attractive and self-explanatory packaging to increase the marketability of their produce locally and internationally, said Agriculture and Agro-Based Industries Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.


Aiming for more fruitful exports

Agriculture and Agro-Based Industries Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yasin wants the entire industry to be modernised to tap the export market. TEOH TEIK HOONG, who joined a Malaysian fruits promotion in Hong Kong recently, found out what he has in store for the industry.


Barriers in the way of a better future

Poverty eradication entails the inculcation of a progressive, hardworking and independent mindset among the affected communities. But what happens when there are restrictions along the way? K. S. USHA DEVI looks at the case of the orang asli.


How Lee measures up on this side of the Causeway

When Lee Hsien Loong visited Malaysia two years ago, he was interested in going to the east coast of the peninsula.