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Time to improve our rubbish collection

From Ronald Lim, Kuala Lumpur.

Potala wall repairs begin

A PROJECT to repair a collapsed wall at the famed Potala Palace in Tibet finally started last week.

An ecotourism model

In recent years, the Ecotourism tag has been misused and misunderstood by tour and resorts operators and even certain tourism agencies.

Making men of them

HIS furrowed brow and tanned, creased face reveal his years of experience. But when Chew Yew Kai speaks, his eyes sparkle and his lilting voice defy his 71 years.

A day to honour fairy's love for cowherd

Many Chinese will commemorate today, the seventh day of the seventh lunar month, as their #8220;Valentine#8217;s Day,#8221; following the legend of the cowherd who fell in love with the fairy daughter of the Celestial Emperor.

Local governments to adopt e-payment

With just a click, ratepayers can pay their dues to their local councils without queuing up at the counter when all 145 local authorities go online by 2005.

Technology park to be more environs-friendly

BEIJING'S Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park, known as China's 'Silicon Valley' for both domestic and overseas high-tech enterprises, is set to become more environment-friendly with a planned ecological office district (EOD).

Roads to consider

APART from the design and physical structure of a house, a dweller should take into consideration the surroundings of the property, in particular the road.

City Hall evacuates 1,200 families

Some 1,200 families were evacuated from four areas in the city at the height of the massive floods in the Klang Valley on Tuesday.

PM: Government to divert water to reduce floods in KL

The government is building #8220;smart#8221; tunnels that can quickly channel water away from flood-prone areas in Kuala Lumpur as part of efforts to reduce flash floods.