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Decades ago, before Cameron Highlands became over-developed, it was a popular holiday retreat for Europeans in tropical Malaya, reports NEIL KHOR JIN KEONG.
Hong Ju Khee is trilingual and wears many hats: Ntv7 Mandarin news anchor,senior editor,and head of the station's Mandarin news production.No wonder this up-and-coming media personality recently became a Tag HeurWoman of the New Millennium recipient!Where in the midst of all this does she have time for vacations,wonders YVONNE LEE SHU YEE.
The Nanyang Foundation announce its fourth empowerment workshop for single mothers on Oct 30 to Nov 2 in Cameron Highlands. The workshop is aimed at women who are divorced, deserted or widowed.
Dr Liau Tai Leong and Dr Cheam May Choo must be the only two doctors in the country who are thrilled when garbage is delivered to their clinic doorstep.
The film company producing the movie I>Puteri Gunung Ledang/Iis alleged to have left behind props including foreign plant species in the Batu Gangan permanent forest reserve here, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Malaysia said.
The Society of Regional Environmental Awareness of Cameron Highlands (Reach) is a model organisation for how a community can influence development in an environmentally sound way, Danish ambassador to Malaysia Lasse Reimann said.
The use of heavy machinery is not listed in the preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report for the mixed development Mayang Jelatek project here, a community-based organisation said.
The Society of Regional Environmental Awareness of Cameron Highlands (Reach) is hopeful that the Lady's Slipper Orchid - thought to be extinct here - can be replanted in a new site within the next three years if all goes well with its pilot orchid replanting project here.
A location tour to the filming sites of the new South Korean drama I>Summer Scent/Igot BRIAN CHEONG#8217;s attention and needless to say he was charmed by the sights.
Strawberries and other temperate crops growing in our hot, humid lowlands might not be such an uncommon occurrence in time to come as Mardi has developed the technology to make it possible, writes S.S. YOGA.