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Coffee lovers can now enjoy single-origin coffees at Coffea Coffee.
Ripples of warfare in far-flung Europe touched the shores of Penang on Oct 28, 1914, when a German ship attacked Allied vessels in a surprise one-day offensive off the coast of George Town.
Much work is being done to better-forecast the occurrence of these natural disasters.
Ecologist Dr Richard Corlett offers an insight into the biodiversity of Tropical East Asia.
The little-known Sumatran serow is hunted and traded in Peninsular Malaysia, in violation of wildlife laws.
The Star’s WONG CHUN WAI was among the first foreign newsmen to arrive in tsunami-ravaged Aceh. This is his original report, updated and with a fresh perspective to mark the 10th anniversary of the tragedy.
An exhibition shows that China was engaging with the wider world long before the Europeans appeared on the scene with their warships.
Our columnist would probably have been killed in the 2004 tsunami, but luckily he went jungle trekking.
Growing demand for hornbill ivory threatening the majestic birds.