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WITH students from 58 different countries, Garden International School (GIS) in Kuala Lumpur is a microcosm of the world community. Once a year, the school celebrates its ethnic and cultural diversity by holding an International Week, during which students trade knowledge and information about their home cultures and customs.
The Kalimaran Festival, or cultural celebration, held for the first time here will help preserve the Murut community#8217;s arts and culture besides luring more tourists to the state, Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman said.
AS we have reached the year 2003, we thought the world would be more civilised but unfortunately, once again America is showing its double-sided face against the Middle East says Nor Azaruddin Husni Nuruddin,Senior Fellow/Director Consultation and Training Centre of IKIM.
Treasure hunters and tourists are ensuring that the dead are not resting in peace in a remote Philippine town, reports P. PARAMESWARAN.
In some ways Bodhi Garden is more like an outdoor art gallery than a garden emporium.
A quiet revolution is taking place in the sleepy hollow of Malacca. Not to worry, there is no violence or mayhem involved, just plenty of creative juices at work as more and more artists set up home and gallery in the historic town#8217;s shophouses and, in the process, expand an exciting dimension of tourists attractions, writes VICTOR CHIN.
The nation will witness Selangor's new Ruler, its ninth Sultan crowned Saturday, according to traditional rites and customs of the state's Sultanate, one of Malaysia's oldest. Proclaimed Sultan of Selangor on Nov 22,2001, upon the demise of his father, then the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong of Malaysia, the Raja Muda Selangor Tengku Idris Shah became Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah. KEE HUA CHEE details the fascinating life of a man destines to be Sultan.