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SUNNY days are what six exchange students from Norway are enjoying most during their time at Kolej Universiti Sains dan Teknologi Malaysia (Kustem) in Kuala Terengganu.
Think Baling, think communist insurgency, black areas and the 1955 peace talks. LEE SIEW PENG sidesteps modern history and discovers a lovely limestone hill, fabulous flora and mesmerising myths.
First, it was the largest mooncake in the country, then came the longest one. This year, there is another mooncake record from the same organisers, the MCA Bukit Bintang division.
Sex and violence in the movies. Do they really translate to juvenile delinquency and social problems in real life? S.B.TOH writes.
The Twin Towers Mooncake, standing at 6.17m in front of the Sungei Wang Plaza here is an attempt to get recorded in the I>Guinness Book of Records/Ias the tallest mooncake twin towers in the world.
That private, all-pleasurable feeling of placing a portion of cheesecake into your mouth with your eyes half closed is hard to beat. IVY SOON speaks to a cheesecake wizard who has come up with a recipe book.
Orang utan are once again roaming the 26ha Shangri-La Rasa Ria resort nature park, some 55km north of Kota Kinabalu, where three of the primates were brutally killed and two others injured two weeks ago.
Over the past few years, we have seen the creativity of mooncake-makers come to the fore as they experimented with interesting designs, textures and tastes. The traditional mooncake has indeed undergone much change in terms of flavour and appearance.
It is the season of that strong-smelling king of fruits once again. While durian-haters scurry for olfactory cover, durian-lovers smack their lips with anticipation. LYDIA TEH is a lover, not a fighter.
HIS furrowed brow and tanned, creased face reveal his years of experience. But when Chew Yew Kai speaks, his eyes sparkle and his lilting voice defy his 71 years.