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Discovering nature in the city

SINCE 1974, a quiet corner of Universiti Malaya has been carefully cultivated for scientific research as well as for aesthetic purposes. This area is Rimba Ilmu, which literally means Forest of Knowledge.


School meals around the world

A look at what sort of food schools around the world are serving.

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News briefs from China

News briefs from China including that Chinese water resources experts warned that the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River could be flooded in the middle of this year.

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Public demo of breast cream causes uproar

B>BANGKOK:/BA promotion for breast enhancing cream that involved three models having a 15-minute mammary massage in public has caused a furore in Thailand, with family groups saying it violates traditional values and morality.

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Earth is still rocking after quake

The Earth is still ringing like a bell about two weeks after the earthquake that shook the Indian Ocean and triggered the tsunamis in Asia, according to Australian scientists.

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Civil wars a pall over relief effort

Long-running rebellions cast a shadow yesterday over relief efforts in Indonesia and Sri Lanka, nations badly struck by the tsunami two weeks ago.

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Shanghai, Hamburg in all-round co-operation

SHANGHAI, China#8217;s economic and financial hub, will carry out all-round co-operation with Germany#8217;s Hamburg, covering traditional Chinese medicine, tourism, education, art, music, sports and urban construction.

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High cost of popular ‘worm’

IT measures 6cm in length at most, but it can be worth up to 20 yuan (RM9.12) a piece.


Priceless aphrodisiac herb stolen from shop

A 'priceless' traditional herb believed to be an aphrodisiac and several packets of condoms were among the items carted away in a break-in at a Chinese medical hall here yesterday.

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Things they’ll do to get children into right school

WHEN it came to getting his eight-year-old son Anjan a place in Primary 1 three years ago, company director Krishna R. Subramanyan single-handedly painted 49 classroom doors in red, blue and yellow at Rulang Primary School.