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Days spent lazing in the sun, comfortably cooled by a sea breeze, nights spent cosily tucked under blankets after a delicious seafood dinner ? a stay on board a fishing platform in the South China Sea was evidently not a hardship assignment for MENG YEW CHOONG.
The WorldFish Centre, a fisheries research institute in Penang, and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed an agreement yesterday to help poor fish breeders in three African countries and one Middle East nation improve their livelihood.
Organic farming is gaining popularity worldwide and in Malaysia it is no exception. Though organic foods line our supermarket shelves, can we be certain that the produce are truly free from agro-chemicals? The impending introduction of certification to regulate the organic industry may well give the green movement a push in the right direction.
The dense forest along the Kinabatangan, Sabah's longest river, offers a breathtaking view of the last remnants of Borneo wilderness. The river and its surrounding wetlands make up one of the richest ecosystems on Earth. Eager to tap the floodplain's growing nature tourism market, villagers are beginning to open their doors to paying guests.
A female baby dugong was killed when it got entangled in a fishing net some 2km from Pulau Merambong in the Johor Straits.