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Big feat makes kids stand tall

Mount Kinabalu#8217;s latest conquerors may be just children, but the youngest group ever to scale Malaysia#8217;s highest peak returned to level ground as #8220;giants#8221; of a sort.

Children keen to have feat recorded

The project co-ordinator for the youngest group of Malaysians to conquer Mount Kinabalu is keen to have their feat endorsed in the I>Malaysia Book of Records/I>.

19 Perlis pupils create history

Nineteen pupils from four schools in Perlis became the youngest group of Malaysians to conquer Mount Kinabalu yesterday.

Children halfway up Mount Kinabalu

A group of 19 schoolchildren reached the mid-point of Mount Kinabalu at noon Monday in their attempt to be the youngest team to conquer the country's highest peak.

19 children to climb Mount Kinabalu

Nineteen children will attempt to reach the country#8217;s highest peak, Mount Kinabalu, Tuesday.

Musa joins in Kaamatan cheer

Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman joined hundreds of people from all walks of life to celebrate the Tadau Kaamatan open house hosted by Parti Upko at the rustic town of Tamparuli on the foothills of Mount Kinabalu Sunday.

In love with Prague

Shireen Sidhu, who made her mark as a guest anchor on TV3#8217;s World Cup Chat 2002 on I>Malaysia Hari Ini/I>, co-hosts the financial programme RI>inggit Sense/I>. She proves to be an adventurous and observant traveller with a good sense of humour, judging from her e-mailed replies to questions sent by RENEE CHOONG.

Catch an exhibition

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Beauty of the forest

Thai-born artist Lalita Rochanakorn loves to paint flowers i>in situ/ideep in the jungle to capture the shimmer of natural lighting and right shades of colour. Her paintings of orchids are so detailed, delicate and life-like that the beauty she sees in the blooms are immortalised. Her labour of love is part of a plant conservation project by Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.

Going with the flow

DR ONG HEAN-TATT claims that the principles of the ancient Water Dragon Classic can be explained by modern science.