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An 11,000-year-old skeleton is the main exhibit in a unique museum in Kota Tampan, Perak, and it has spurred tourism activities in its vicinity, reports RASLAN BAHAROM.
Sitting in a posh hotel lobby in Kuala Lumpur, London-based Malaysian designer Steven Sin reflects on how far he has come in the last 12 years.
Known as the 'nobleman' among musical instruments, the trumpet, associated with pomp and pageantry, was the instrument used during the Middle Ages for kings and royal families. The art of playing the natural trumpet was known as 'clarino' playing, which reached its peak in the works of Bach and Handel.
Parasites, pathogens and salmon ... Professor Patrick Woo#8217;s life revolves around these. HILARY CHIEW caught up with the parasitologist while he was in the country last month.
WE speak to the expert who takes guests on guided tours of the rainforest in the Pangkor Laut resort.
Dr Majumdar was the first woman to specialise in dermatology in Malaysia and, for 10 years, was the only female dermatologist in the country. The list goes on. If you want to read her list of achievements in full, you will need to take a deep breath.
Qing Ming,literally known as the clear and bright celebration,is usually celebrated inthe first week of April.During the festival,the Chinese give offerings totheir deceased loved ones in the form of food,paper money and other items deemed necessary in the nether world.