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BEIJING: Researchers at Tianjin University have developed a new type of robot that combines flexible electronics with liquid droplets – the world’s first fully soft-bodied robot, and is expected to become a promising advance for the development of the flexible electronics industry and implantable medical devices, China News Service reported.
Authentic Szechuan food cooked by a Japanese chef at The 19th Suzuki Hanten.
BALIK PULAU: A loggerhead turtle is now back to its globe-trotting ways, two months after it was rescued by fishermen when it got snared in an abandoned trawler’s net.
While the world twirls in its technological orbit, somewhere closer to home, an alien-like marine creature, the giant manta ray, cruises the ocean oblivious to the trappings of modern day.
KUCHING: Sarawak has taken a big step in the export of cultured red tilapia with the first consignment of 12 tonnes to Singapore.
The prize of columnist Wong Chun Wai's journey to Kalimantan’s best-kept secret? The chance to swim in the Sulawesi Sea with whale sharks.
TUCKED away in the tranquility of Teluk Kumbar, Lexis Suites Penang’s Umi Japanese Restaurant is a great option for some well- prepared and delicious, yet reasonably priced, Japanese delights.
BRIDGETOWN (Reuters) - Endurance athlete Cameron Bellamy, still recovering from the exertions of the longest open ocean swim in history, is keen to get back in the water but will return to his rowing roots for his next adventure.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. endurance swimmer Sarah Thomas has become the first person to swim across the English Channel four times without stopping, refuelling only on a liquid formula during her 54-hour feat.