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By WONG CHUN WAI
Highlands, lowlands or beaches, Pahang has a wide range of lovely holiday destinations catering for different passions and interests. From lazying on beaches and chilling out on hill resorts to bonding with nature in state parks, you will be spoilt for choice.
To step into Kelantan is to go back in time. Modernisation and evil western influence seem to have bypassed this state.
A little-known educationist#8217;s passion for his work enabled Kelantanese in the late 1940s and early 1950s to have an education and experience novel concepts, writes NORMA ALIAS, a retired librarian.
VERONICA SHUNMUGAM discovers how stones can come to life as Prabakaran Maharana chisels perfect miniatures of Hindu deities and Odissi dancers.
Following the explosions in Bali last year, the island of paradise not only lost its tourist dollar but some of its people and much of its innocence. Here is an in depth look at how the island has coped since and what the widows of the Bali bombing and their children are doing to survive.
Using arts to create a safe environment forMalaysian youth to express themselves on a host of issues was the aim of the two-week ADA APA? travelling conference. StarEducation joined a motley crew of young arts activists on a journey of discovery that led to some startling revelations.
LIZ PRICE was in Phattalung in southern Thailand recently, ostensibly on a caving trip but it was starting to turn into an eating binge.
A FIVE-minute video shot in a cemetery at night won four students from Penang the top prize in the Video in Education (ViE) National Competition 2003 which ended in Kota Baru, Kelantan, early this week.
SPM Bahasa -- LESSON 3 (Literature): By ADIBAH AMIN.