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KUALA LUMPUR: In 2015, while travelling along Sungai Perak, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah’s then seven-year-old son Raja Azlan Muzaffar Shah, took to counting plastic bottles floating on the water.
Tokyo: Thousands of people have signed an online petition against the planned demolition of two early 20th-century buildings that remained intact after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima devastated the city.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Extreme human interference in nature’s ecosystems, coupled with human activities which use natural resources to make “unbridled business profits”, have caused the world today to face a rise in natural disasters, says the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Shah.
YOGYAKARTA: Unesco has joined hands with Indonesian authorities and experts to launch a pilot project for disaster risk mapping for the Prambanan cultural heritage site and the intangible cultural heritage objects within the temple complex in Sleman, Yogyakarta.
JAKARTA (ANN): Unesco has joined hands with Indonesian authorities and experts to launch a pilot project for disaster risk mapping for the Prambanan cultural heritage site and the intangible cultural heritage objects within the temple complex in Sleman, Yogyakarta.
BANGKOK (ANN): Life is all a-buzz over at Kasetsart University’s Faculty of Agriculture these days following the official opening of Asia’s first Bee Learning Centre on Dec 2.
TAIPING Zoo and Night Safari (TZNS) will receive 30 birds of three species from the Fukuoka City Zoological Gardens (FCZG) as part of a collaboration programme.
WHILE it boasts of huge economic potential, the planned revival of large-scale mining activities in Malaysia also raises concerns about its potential negative impact on the environment.
IN conjunction with Universal Children’s Day, around 100 children aged five to 12 years old participated in river education activities at the River of Life’s Masjid Jamek Lookout Point in Kuala Lumpur.
ABOUT 2,300 cyclists from all walks of life converged on the heart of Kuala Lumpur last weekend for the fifth edition of Kuala Lumpur OCBC Cycle 2019, dubbed “The City Ride” for its emphasis on enabling extended rides on closed roads amid the capital’s most iconic city centre landmarks.