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BERJAYA Land Bhd#039;s general manager of property division Mah Siew Wan is excited about Seputeh Heights, a gated and guarded enclave of some 108 bungalow lots developed by Selat Makmur, a subsidiary of Berjaya Land, in Taman Seputeh area.
A space that allows city lungs to indulge in some fresh air is precious indeed.MARTINVENGADESAN takes a stroll through the country's most beautiful neighbourhoodpark where the air is fresh and the environs green.
THE Hawaiian Islands emerged from the ocean fuming and angry, but nature turned gracious and cloaked the steaming volcanic rock with a mantle of splendour.
Bali aka paradise isle, woos us with her idyllic beaches, Zen-inspired spas and surfing Utopia. But when the rain pelts and the wind goes AWOL, don#8217;t pack your bags just yet. LEONG SIOK HUI headed inland to shoot some gut-churning rapids, traipse through a postcard-perfect village and ride piggyback on a Sumatran elephant.
IN CHINESE astrology, the goat is sometimes referred to as the ram (adult male sheep). According to legend, the ram, which ranks eighth among the 12 zodiac signs, had a big heart and saved all humanity. It was no lowly animal which was killed as a sacrifice to the gods. Folklore has it that it was a celestial animal before it angered the Jade Emperor.
IN the unending tussle for market share in the double cab 4x4 segment, United Straits Fuso Sdn Bhd (USF) has launched yet another bronco, which is so frisky that it has snatched the lead again for Mitsubishi, leaving the opposition trailing.
At times, #8220;home#8221; isn#8217;t simply defined as a birthplace or town steeped in childhood memories. Sometimes, it is the place that makes people brave oceans, traverse mountains and cross deserts to finally put their roots down. Pulau Langkawi boasts a large expatriate community who chose to leave their countries for a strange tropical island halfway around the globe. LEONG SIOK HUI spoke to a few in the first of this two-parter.
Reka Art Space, the newest art space in the Klang Valley, was officially launched last week. Amid the presence of arts practitioners gathered to congratulate owner Chee Sek Thim, the gallery's first exhibiting artist, David Tay, smiled proudly. Tay and Chee tell VERONICA SHUNMUGAM about Tay's adventures in art.