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B>M/b>ANY Vietnamese tourists are shying away from Penang because they think that the island is famous only for its beaches.
Participants of The Star's BRATs workshop put their newly-acquired journalistic skills to use as they discovered the good things Ipoh has to offer, reports ALVIN CHOONG
Talk about Korea and the first thing that comes to mind is I>kimchi/I(preserved cabbage). But Korean drama serials are fast becoming synonymous with the country too due to its growing popularity.
From the Sea of Galilee, WONG CHUN WAI continues his pilgrimage to other Christian sites, including Jesus' birthplace and the spot where he died.
Packed with fascinating historical detail, this book is a must-have, not just for anyone with an interest in Penang or the architecture, gardens and public spaces of days gone by, but also for aficionados of ships, trains, trams and other modes of transport, as well as anyone interested in photography, popular culture or postal history. Reviews by PETER ZABIELSKIS