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Grannies diving into the deep

Toba: A group of Japanese grannies emerges from a boat returning to shore. Clad in black wetsuits and bubbling with energy, they are part of a dwindling community of ama – freediving fisherwomen.

Heating up with four types of soup

THERE are probably hundreds of hotpot or steamboat eateries in Klang Valley, so it takes a brave soul to open yet another one.

Titillating senses with food

FIRE, water, earth, metal and wood. Inspired by these elements, Lafite’s executive chef Olivier Pistre has specially curated five menus for his two-month pop-up experience at Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

Thrills and screams at USS' Halloween Horror Nights 8

Universal Studios Singapore is creeping visitors out with an 'Infinite Fear' theme. One feature is the theme park’s tie-up with Netflix, bringing its hit series 'Stranger Things' to life.

‘Inland areas worst affected during tidal waves’

KLANG: Tidal waves and the high tide phenomenon generally have a worse effect on inland areas than sea-fronting areas.

Freshness readily at hand

THE best way to savour shellfish is getting your hands dirty by shucking them and enjoying the chunks of freshness within. 

Chef leaves salmon to starving orcas

‘We are eating the salmon they need to eat’, says Seattle chef.

Villagers taking a risk eating beach clams

BALIK PULAU: Unaware of the dangers of faecal contamination, some villagers in Gertak Sanggul still dig for shellfish to eat.

Pig faeces pollutes remote Penang island bay, affects seafood too

EXCLUSIVE: Raw piggery waste has polluted the 1km beach of Gertak Sanggul, one of the most remote beaches on Penang island reachable by car.

France says talks with Britain over scallop fishing end in failure

PARIS (Reuters) - Talks between French and British fisherman over rights to catch scallops have ended in failure, France's agriculture ministry said on Wednesday, raising the risk of further tensions at sea.