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Cardboard is ‘main element’ in steamed buns

CHOPPED cardboard, softened in an industrial chemical and made tasty with pork flavouring, is a main ingredient in batches of steamed buns sold in a Beijing neighbourhood, state television said.


Tawau mill to produce paper from oil palm waste

A mill in Tawau which will turn oil palm fruit bunch fibres into paper will be operational next year.


Jeanne makes informal visit to KL fair

The diversity of Malaysian commodities like beautifully-carved furniture and delicious cocoa products caught the attention Datin Seri Jeanne Abdullah when she visited the Malaysian International Commodity Conference Showcase (Miccos) 2007.


The goodness of humble nutmeg

Nutmeg is available as preserved fruits and as oils and balms that soothe headaches, cough or muscular pain.


Scientists up a gum tree over Eucalyptus origins

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian and international scientists have launched a search for the genetic secrets of the humble Eucalyptus tree, which is native to Australia and highly prized as a source of fibre for producing paper.


Dutch treat for the clubbers

Delightful weekend ahead at the nightspots.


Eco-friendly food containers from oil palm

The EcoPak range of food packaging products may look like any other paper-based disposal food ware but the similarity ends there.


Protest against Banggi logging

Twelve village chiefs have kicked up a ruckus against an approved RM12mil plan to log 4,000ha in Pulau Banggi in the north of Sabah.


Make your own fruity candles

Why buy scented candles when you can easily make them right in your own home?


Filipino Good Friday flagellants face rabies risk

MANILA (Reuters) - Dozens of men who whipped and cut their backs for a gory Good Friday ceremony in the Philippines risk contracting rabies after a fellow flagellant died of the virus earlier this month.