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Far-sighted trio enjoy fruit of their labour

Two years ago, the residents here laughed when Cameron Highlands farmer Tham Kun Kam moved here to grow dragon fruit on a 4ha piece of land.

Community

Rare fruit in season only once a year

Many would walk past this brownish-yellow fruit without giving it a second glance.

Community

Versatile jam from humble nutmeg

B>A/BGRANDMOTHER'S recipe for nutmeg jam has become a thriving cottage industry for the Wong siblings who are children of Penang's first Chief Minister, the late Tan Sri Wong Pow Nee.

Community

Family recipe base for cottage industry

A grandmother's recipe for nutmeg jam has become a thriving cottage industry for the Wong siblings, who are children of Penang's first Chief Minister, the late Tan Sri Wong Pow Nee.

Community

Watercolour chronicle of his travels

Being an ardent traveller and watercolourist, Ong Kim Seng has the habit of painting the culture, experience and memories of his travels around the world.

Nation

Malaysian firms not the culprits

None of the Malaysian-owned plantations in Sumatra has carried out open burning there.

Nation

Bulk of hotspots from smallholdings

Fingers have been pointed at Malaysian oil palm companies in Sumatra for the burning peat fires, but records show that the bulk of hotspots are in lands belonging to smallholders and villagers.

Nation

Malaysian firms to face the rap

Indonesia will prosecute at least 10 plantation companies for lighting fires that destroyed thousands of hectares of jungle and covered parts of Malaysia with noxious haze, said its Forestry Minister Malam Kaban.

Community

‘Dragons’ take over

B>T/B>RAINED as an engineer, the last thing on the mind of Ling Leong Choong was cultivating dragon fruit.

Community

Artists go bananas for exhibition’s sake

BANANA-inspired artworks are on display at the Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) School of Fine Arts in Penang.