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Read the labels, public urged

THERE are 385 brands of mineral water marketed by 43 companies and consumers are encouraged to read the labels to find out which brands are licensed by the Health Ministry.


What ‘sic’ means

FADZILAH AMIN answers your questions on English usage.


Munch on mooncake

Contrary to popular belief, not all mooncakes are created equal. While many Chinese lament the commercialisation of the forthcoming Mid-Autumn Festival (Sept 28), the popularity of mooncakes, synonymous with this special occasion, has grown from strength to strength.


Creative mooncake boxes from Hei Yuet Thong

As a relative newcomer to the scene - the company is less than three years old - Hei Yuet Thong (HYT) first caught my attention with its unique double-tiered red and black wooden mooncake boxes modelled after the classic Japanese I>bento/I(set lunch) box.


Of fond hearts and melting noodles

How do you know when the products of a city are top notch? When they find markets for them in other cities, writes TAN JU-ENG of Ipoh's exquisite goodies.


Kitchen kung fu

Bong was 15 when he started helping out at his father's dim sum stall in Gemas, Johor. He also worked as an apprentice in his uncle's restaurant, where he gained valuable insight into Cantonese cuisine.


New global markets set to welcome King of Fruits

Malaysia's aromatic D24 durians will find their way to new markets on the globe following the pioneer batch of the 'king of fruits' to Australia.


Lucky escape for 17 in storm

Seventeen people in a wooden shophouse in Kampung Kepala Bukit in Jalan Trong near here escaped unhurt when a durian tree crashed onto the house during a storm on Friday.


Uniquely Malaysian fiesta in Hertford

An event that started as a family gathering of high commission staff and family members in the 1990s has evolved into a major celebration of Malaysia#8217;s unique diversity in London.


China market for durians

A trip to China recently had durian farmer Wong Kok Leong thinking of the huge export potential of the king of fruits.