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Disney's Shanghai theme park is loosening a ban on outside food in the wake of a lawsuit, but Mickey Mouse still won't tolerate visitors taking in instant noodles or pungent foods like durian.
Many Malaysians are happy to gorge themselves on durian whenever they have the opportunity, but that may not be exactly very healthy.
Datuk Seri Siti Nurhaliza has been actively vlogging recently, offering viewers a glimpse of her life when she's not singing. Here are five interesting facts we learned from her vlogs.
Traditional local fruits like salak, setar, mentega, rokam manis, bidara, sentul and many others are in danger of being phased out as imported fruits become more popular.
Preserving forests is not just important for native communities to survive, but for all us, in tackling the climate crisis.
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? In today’s geopolitics, it would be the United States who seem to be terrified by the rise of China’s economic and technological power and perceive the country as a “wolfish threat”. But many other nations have a different view. To them, China is the golden goose.
Farmers Ocean Chua and Leow Cheok Kiang now officially have the best D24 and Black Thorn durians in Malaysia after nabbing the top spot in the Bangi Golf Resort's World Durian Championship: Malaysia Edition 2019.
The art of judging and appreciating durians is often limited to durian experts but through durian competitions, consumers will indirectly learn how to differentiate a good durian from a bad one.
Is Durian Whisky actually whisky? If not, what is it? And what connection could it have with the Malaysia-made durian liqueur Dorian-Inside?
Global strategist Parag Khanna argues that America’s time for world domination has come and gone. It’s a whole new world in which Asia takes centre stage.