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Talk of a snap election has regained currency in the past week with some saying it may be as early as this year. JOCELINE TAN examines the reasons behind the renewed excitement but argues that the new Premier may stretch things till August or September 2004.
There are mysterious energy forces at promontories which produce unusual phenomena and hauntings, writes DR ONG HEAN-TATT.
Blessed with secluded beaches, verdant jungles and teeming marine life, Langkawi is a perennial draw for holiday-makers. But the idyllic isle is a tropical paradise in more ways than one; it has an intriguing heritage of flora and fauna, some of which are found nowhere else on Earth.
The Mercedes-Benz Asia Fashion Week, a core event at the recent Singapore Fashion Festival 2003, showcased five young designers whose largely splendid efforts got HUZIR SULAIMAN applauding.
One resort after another is springing up in Redang, raising a need for the authorities to keep a close eye on developments in the Pulau Redang Marine Park off the coast of Terengganu. A recent check showed mounds of red earth, coral rubble and construction waste on the shores, empty diesel drums floating in the sea, and open burning in several spots - hardly the scenes one would expect to find in a protected area known for its rich but sensitive ecology.
The first resort village to open in this part of the world, Club Med Cherating Beach, Pahang, is more than just a seaside resort. Add into its concoction of sun, sea and coconut trees a heady mix of young people and carefree living, and you#8217;ve got a recipe for fun, reports TAN LEE KUEN.