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For more than a decade, Saddam Hussein systematically destroyed the vast wetlands of southern Iraq, building dams and canals to drain the swamps, and setting fire to the sea of reeds. With the dictator#8217;s fall, many are hoping the devastated land will be restored to the paradise it once was, the one that many scholars believe was the Biblical Garden of Eden.
Thriving in warm water around the globe, frogfish can change colour, walk on their fins and attract prey with baits that dangle from their heads, writes TAN CHENG LI.
The Gamelan Club brings to my mind a picture of musicians players having a jolly good time amidst a joyous din. That was pretty much the case at its latest concert, I>Temper!: Spirit of Gamelan/I>, which recently livened up the Auditorium Tunku Abdul Rahman of the Malaysia Tourism Centre in Kuala Lumpur as part of Sutra Dance Theatre#8217;s sixth Sutra Festival, I>Sutrarasa/I>.
The deliberate contamination of a well belonging to a former PAS member who crossed over to Umno may have taken party rivalry in Kelantan to new levels, writes SYED AZHAR.
I>The Cottage/Iis approximately Danielle Steel's 50th novel and she shows no signs of giving up. Unlike the hero of I>The Cottage/I>, it can#8217;t be that she needs the money.
FOR the usually green-coloured asparagus to attain such a striking shade of ivory, farmers must painstakingly mound dirt above the tips, thus curtailing photosynthesis and the ensuing greening. As a result, the stalks are thicker and paler and often have a tinge of lavender, pink or green at the tip. Beneath a tough exterior, the stalks are meltingly tender and, though still earthy in flavour, have mild, faintly nutty overtones.
Like a lady who has undergone a dramatic transformation after a complete makeover, the new-look Planter's Inn at the Mutiara Kuala Lumpur is simply breathtaking, yet warmly familiar.