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Pulau Duyung at the mouth of Sungai Terengganu may only be a few hectares big, but it has been called many names. The state police would call it a nest of drug addicts. Others call it a quaint little island that you can visit any time of the year. The more enterprising recognises its potential as a tourist attraction. For seafares, Pulau Duyung is a place where excellent wooden boat making takes place and is home to one of Malaysia's most acclaimed master boat makers, writes MENG YEW CHOONG.
LONG-TIME Malayan Cement Bhd chairman Tunku Tan Sri Abdullah Tuanku Abdul Rahman, who would in just over a month#039;s time retire as chairman of the company, will slowly relinquish positions held in the boards of directors in several other public-listed companies.
Life without a sauna would be unthinkable for a Finn. Almost every household in Finland has one. This truly Finnish invention has kept many a Finn in fine form during the long winters...and had, at some point in time, it is believed, led to the discovery of smoked salmon.
Wanna get a real taste of sailing? Sign up as crewmember for a yacht competing in a regatta. LEONG SIOK HUI plunged into her first crewing stint on board an Australian-owned yacht during the recent Royal Langkawi International Regatta.
The inaugural Royal Langkawi International Regatta attracted more than 60 teams from 10 countries and looks set to become an annual event, reports DEEPAK GILL.
They are beautiful, moneyed and when put under the spotlight - literally - they can perform, too. REENA GURBAKSH was there to see some of the country's new generation of glitterati make a rather unconventional stage debut.