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Pulau Duyung at the mouth of Sungai Terengganu may only be a few hectares big, but it has been called many names. The state police would call it a nest of drug addicts. Others call it a quaint little island that you can visit any time of the year. The more enterprising recognises its potential as a tourist attraction. For seafares, Pulau Duyung is a place where excellent wooden boat making takes place and is home to one of Malaysia's most acclaimed master boat makers, writes MENG YEW CHOONG.
Did you know that one Malaysian has made significant studies on artificial intelligence? ANITA MATTHEWS delves into the heart of the grey matter with Kampar-born Yeap Wai Kiang.
The Raja Musa and Sg Karang peat swamp forest reserves in northern Selangor provide a reservoir of water that is critical to the success of the Tanjung Karang rice cultivation scheme. But ill-conceived development at the fringes of the reserves threatens not just the peatlands, but food security too, for Tanjung Karang is one of the country's rice bowls.
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.
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AFTER 12 years as the premier chess competition in the northern part of the country, the Wah Seong Penang Chess League is undergoing a re-invention. There will be radical changes, with the most obvious external change being a reduction of playing days from nine Sundays to just three.
Those who have recovered from Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) or who have emerged from quarantine should not be stigmatised and life should be normal again for them, writes LOH FOON FONG.