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Borneo in Bangsar highlights little-known ingredients like midin, janggut duyung (a seaweed high in collagen), terung Dayak (round eggplant grown by the Dayak people) and dabai (wild black tropical olives).
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan looks at the future of food, which should include reduced meat consumption, a more varied plant-based diet, and even new varieties of food made from insects.
Despite the tear gas tango it’s a crying shame that travellers have fled. Some incredible deals may yet tempt many back.
As the Amazon rainforest, a.k.a. the lungs of the planet, slowly succumbs to some 80,000 fires, the world is treated to uninspiring green leadership moments.
Outside Rome, Lebanon holds the greatest slice of the historic Roman Empire -- Baalbek, the Arab nation’s most impressive ancient site.
Heartbroken is distraught that her fiance can't accept her the way she is although they are about to get married.
There are over 20 major theme parks and water parks – including indoor amusement centres and adventure parks – located around Malaysia, with a handful more expected to open next year.
Did you know that dairy production in Australia is highly valued, that government subsidises a huge amount for farmers, as well as research and development, while imposing strict quality control to ensure the quality of milk?
Barbecued field rats are not everybody’s idea of a tasty treat, but in Cambodia’s rural Battambang province they are popular as a quick – and cheap – snack.