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B>Consumers now have the chance to eat exotic, high quality rice strains which are available in attractive packaging, reports MAJORIE CHIEW./B>
KUDOS to the Department of Environment (DOE) for making a brave but correct decision in rejecting the heli-logging project in Kedah.
Sometimes it#8217;s not the places that make the memories but the weird and wonderful people one meets, muses CLARENCE CHUA.
Blessed with secluded beaches, verdant jungles and teeming marine life, Langkawi is a perennial draw for holiday-makers. But the idyllic isle is a tropical paradise in more ways than one; it has an intriguing heritage of flora and fauna, some of which are found nowhere else on Earth.
Amirrudin Ahmad#8217;s passion for fish is obvious to all. Long after the rest of the group have parked themselves on cool riverine boulders, he would still be casting his fish net, clambering up rocks and wading upriver to stalk his prey.
Readers#8217; response to the proposed Government ruling that employers can only hire maids of the same religion, highlighted in the story I>Maid in Malaysia/Ilast Monday.
AFTER 12 years as the premier chess competition in the northern part of the country, the Wah Seong Penang Chess League is undergoing a re-invention. There will be radical changes, with the most obvious external change being a reduction of playing days from nine Sundays to just three.
Here is a woman any Malaysian would be proud of. From the quiet town of Alor Star, Lee Sin Je has risen to international fame, won numerous accolades and become the darling of the Hong Kong film world.
I AM a mother of a two-year-old boy. I had an eight-month-old baby girl whom I lost to cancer. She was a special child. I believe each one of us is here for a sole purpose in life and for me, it was to raise this beautiful child of mine.
By ANN LEE