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Loi Fatt started as a common coffee shop selling noodles, then slowly turned into an air-conditioned outlet specialising in seafood.
Most kids find grown-up activities like shopping, bargain-hunting, fine-dining and visiting historic sites quite boring, so it's not surprising that Hong Kong, unlike Australia's Gold Coast, does not spring readily to mind when it comes to family holidays. Although the choices on offer are relatively limited, HK can still be a fun family destination.
GETTING work in Miri was tough during the days of the colonial masters and the jobs available to locals usually involved unskilled manual labour, said two retired loggers.
The cosy, first-floor eatery that was once Gecko Café is now Cravings Café, a brother-and-sister outfit that manages to retain the charm of its predecessor.
McDonald's Japan, the country's largest fast-food chain, reported yesterday its first-quarter net profit more than tripled thanks to strong sales at new and existing restaurants, and kept its full-year forecast.
Three kindergartens in the Negri Sembilan have been ordered to close temporarily after several of their pupils showed symptoms of hand, foot and mouth (HFM) disease.
From S.M. MOHAMED IDRIS, President, Consumers Association of Penang (via e-mail)
Several eateries have sprung up on Upper Penang Road, where the first phase of a RM4.5mil development project has been completed. Among them is the Piccolino Restaurant-Bar.
Hong Kong-style I>char chan teng/I(teahouses) and I>kopitiam/I>-themed outlets are the latest food attraction in trendy Klang Valley. MAJORIE CHIEW bites to find out what makes these eateries the flavour of the month.